Beyond the Kite & Key
While most of society knows of electricity, few know the path electricity had to take to enter our daily modern world. The electrical research event most people know of is Benjamin Franklin's Kite & Key. This primal curiosity was not contained to only one legendary man. Indeed, the world saw a number of brave scientists experimenting with this wild force of nature.
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The Growth of Robotics in STEM Education
From Patients to Patience: A Physician's Career Changer Story
"It has been the first time in my career that I have had to teach students who do not necessarily want to learn," states Mike, a physician who is now teaching biology to 15-year-old boys. He explains that teaching can be a challenge even on the best of days because these boys do not have biology as their primary focus. Read more here.
Kids Campaign to Interview President Obama
The Elliot Hines student ran radio and media program needs 99,867 signatures within the next 23 days in order to get an official response from the Obama Administration.
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Innovation Festival at the Smithsonian
STEM Magazine: May Edition
Be sure to check out this month's edition of STEM Magazine. This month's issue includes topics on augmented reality, making a good geochemist, creative problem solving, and so much more.