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Archives for March 2017
The Keller BLOOM (Bigelow Laboratory Orders Of Magnitude) Program was begun by Bigelow scientist Maureen Keller and Trustee Emeritus James McLoughlin to provide students a hands-on ocean science research experience.
Taking top honors this year: 1st Grand Award SeungHeon Song, Gould Academy Smart road signs 2nd Grand Award Sydney McDonald, Bangor High School The future of prosthesis: The design & analysis of artificial muscle comprised of ionic-polymer metal composites 3rd Grand Award Lily Waddell, Bangor High School Developing an alternative treatment for luminal B breast… [Read More]
… in 1802 German astronomer Heinrich Wilhelm Matthias Olbers discovered “2 Pallas,” the second asteroid known to man. Heinrich also theorized that the asteroid belt was the remnants of a planet.
Because of our small population size and local control philosophy Maine is quickly becoming a leader showcasing what is possible in STEM education.
The WeatherBlur project is in its second phase for the school years, with students and their teachers collecting data on a range of investigations.
MMSA’s Executive Director Dr. Ruth Kermish-Allen’s (Et Al.) primer on Citizen Science has just been published by the Center for Innovative Research in Cyber Learning.
The research in our National Science Foundation funded project, Building Capacity for Computer Science Teaching in a Rural State, centers on the development of five lessons meant to supplement the Exploring Computer Science (ECS) curriculum
When we encourage girls to pursue STEM, we double our potential for innovation. Today, only 6.7% of women graduate with STEM degrees. Let’s change that. Change the world, stay in STEM.