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  • Doing Science

    How STEM Can Forge Your Future

    By S.C.Stauart 

    Studying STEM can take a person far in life — not just economically, but geographically, too. Its importance is increasing as we enter the 4th industrial revolution, moving towards automation, A.I. empowered services and enhanced human-machine “co-bot” workplaces.  

    The Broadcom MASTERS International delegates could see first-hand that STEM is a path out of the...

    09:00 AM, June 21, 2018
  • Broadcom MASTERS 2018 Entrants

    Middle school students across the nation were invited to apply for the Broadcom MASTERS competition by placing among the top 10% of participants at their Society-affiliated science fairs. Names of the nominees for the 2018 competition who submitted their applications appear in the list below. We applaud these students for sharing their science and engineering projects on the national scale....

    10:32 AM, June 20, 2018
  • Doing Science

    Projects: STEM in the World. Solutions in Your Backyard

    By S.C.Stuart

    In an ornate conference room at the Omni William Penn hotel, Pittsburgh (built 1916), 24 young scientists, all between 12 - 14 years old, were going through their “elevator speeches,” coached by Paula Golden, Chairman of Broadcom Foundation. They had come from as far afield as South Africa, India and China as part of Broadcom MASTERS International program, designed to give...

    09:00 AM, June 20, 2018
  • Doing Science

    STEM Activities: Radio waves, robots, and macro-invertebrates

    By S.C. Stuart

    It was their first visit to the USA, for most of the 24 young Broadcom MASTERS International delegates. Even for the few who had visited before, or grown up here, it was definitely their first time inside the electrical engineering laboratory at top university Carnegie Mellon — our first stop in a packed week of Intel ISEF-related activities.

    But as soon as they were...

    12:37 PM, June 19, 2018
  • Doing Science

    Power tools and computer programming help increase girls' confidence in STEM

    In New Orleans, one nonprofit is inspiring the next generation of engineers with after-school programs and summer camps — with a focus on girl power. A STEM Action Grant from the Society for Science & the Public is helping to make that possible.

    Learn more about the STEM Action Grant Program.

    Electric Girls uses technology to help girls in New Orleans between the ages of...

    10:38 AM, June 18, 2018
  • Doing Science

    Babies, parenthood, and science

    Kim Scott (Intel STS 2006), a Cambridge-based research scientist and mother of two, has always been passionate about science, math, research, and babies. Her childhood passions have now merged into an academic career studying childhood development at the MIT Early Childhood Cognition Lab.

    In high school, Kim attended the Research Science Institute at MIT, a program that welcomes...

    10:33 AM, June 15, 2018
  • Doing Science

    The science behind consumer DNA testing

    There are countless genes involved even in determining something as simple as ear shape and size.

    “There are genes that determine whether your earwax is wet or dry, whether your earlobes are attached or detached, and how big of a ridge you have on the outside of your ear,” said Tina Hesman Saey, a Molecular Biology Senior Writer at Science News.

    “Ears are really complex,”...

    10:30 AM, June 14, 2018
  • Doing Science

    'Make your work and don't ask for permission'

    Jerry Lieblich (Intel STS 2006) has two upcoming plays in New York City this summer. The Barbarians, showing at Dixon Place on June 21-23, centers on characters who depict the life and work of scientists. His other play, Tongue Depressor, which focuses on chaos theory, opens August at The Public Theater as a part of the Bring a Weasel and a Pint of Your Own Blood Festival.

    Jerry,...

    10:27 AM, June 12, 2018
  • Doing Science

    Making a universal vaccine a reality

    Madeline Yang, a young scientist from Bloomfield, Michigan, wants to create a universal vaccine. She has been working on incorporating the influenza matrix protein, M2, into virus-like particles, which could help develop a universal vaccine.

    Her efforts have not gone unnoticed. Through a program called the Community Innovation Awards, part of the Society's STEM Action Grants, the...

    15:23 PM, June 6, 2018
  • Doing Science

    'Anything that I know about research or biology, it’s because of her'

    After a day full of judging at this year’s Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), Jessica Moore was feeling pretty great.

    “I learned a lot from the judges,” she said. “But I was really nervous at first.”

    As a high school senior, Intel ISEF 2018 was Jessica’s first time competing as a finalist. She credits a large part of her success to Elizabeth Proctor,...

    15:20 PM, June 5, 2018

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