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Science

The Future of STEM: Changing Perceptions

If you ask a kid to draw a scientist, most of them will come up with the same image: an elderly man wearing a lab coat and holding a microscope. It’s a stereotype we all know well.

Getting Kids Outside

These apps can be used in the classroom, by students alone, or shared with parents and families to encourage kids to play outside and explore the natural world around them.

Virtual Winter Field Trips

Check out some of the coldest places on Earth with these winter-themed virtual field trips—no survival gear required!

Fear Not the Robot

Robots aren’t just hobbies for students tinkering in basements or garages anymore. Many schools start robotics classes after seeing how popular the clubs are.

Body Worlds: Anatomy and Art

As humans we are intricate beings, powerful, yet fragile, but until recently, only medical students have had the privilege of looking at the human body

Playing the Biology

With the evolution of computer graphic software and gaming technology, it is now even easier to recreate and simulate many scientific theories and models. But it seems that ...

Tiny Science

Society is embarking on a journey through the Nano Age. Teaching nanotechnology to students provides them with a passport to a world where nanotechnology is becoming the ...