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Vol. 3, No 12
Our X-STEM School program is growing rapidly with over 365 registered schools across the nation all with a mission to promote STEM in their communities! Certified schools like Fallston Middle School are making headlines in their school paper with their STEM Program teams from Long Reach High School partnered with their environmental club to create an educational "Under the Sea" homecoming theme!
Q?rius (pronounced curious) is a whole new way for your students to discover science and appreciate our natural world. Inside they'll find over 6,000 objects they can handle, and virtually tour the natural world with experts from seven fields of research. You'll find fresh ideas for engaging students in their natural world, plus cool content you can bring home through digital Field Books and live web events. And it all supports your curriculum objectives and standards of learning. Visit qrius.si.edu to reserve your group visit and sign up for free email updates.
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Across the country, child and teen prodigies in science are being recognized for their achievements as exciting young innovators in a wide range of endeavors – from bioengineering and green technology to entrepreneurial startups. Festival 2014 is excited to announce that it has begun recruiting some of the best of these amazing wunderkinds for its newly-formed Youth Advisory Board to further help inspire other students in STEM! Here are just some of the young innovators who have been appointed to our board: 18 year-old Param Jaggi, founder of EcoViate, an emerging green-tech startup; Jack Andraka, who at 15 developed a diagnostic test that detects pancreatic cancer more accurately, quicker and cheaper than existing tests; and Sara Volz, the 17 year-old who, from a laboratory in her bedroom, invented a method to boost the natural oil content of algae for alternative fuel development!
The Festival has partnered with Michigan Technological University (Michigan Tech) to support the University's Mind Trekkers traveling science festival as it heads out across America. The team recently traveled to the Bay Area Science Festival on Saturday November 2nd. The team members experienced a trip to remember and shared with us the story of their special weekend of traveling for science!