Science, Technology, Engineering & Math


Students to Compete in Underwater Robotics Competition

The Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center's 15th annual international student underwater robotics competition will kick off June 23 at the NASA Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Lab in Houston.

Texas Instruments Lab Kits ‘Power’ Hands-On, STEM Learning

The TI Power Management Lab Kit series equips students with tangible experience and expertise on common power solutions used in the power industry.

Free Credits to Use Google Cloud Platform

With Education Grants, students and faculty in computer science can receive free credits to use Google Cloud Platform tools.

JoVE Debuts Clinical Skills Video Collection

The Journal of Visualized Experiments is expanding its database of science method and practice demonstration videos for high school and higher education with the launch of its first Clinical Skills collection.

3D Printer Shipments Up for Education (and All Other Segments)

3D printing is on a growth jag. A new forecast from International Data Corp. projects that the market grew in the United States by nearly 20 percent in 2015 compared to 2014.



Report: California Colleges Produce Low Number of STEM Graduates

A new report highlights the mismatch between the availability of STEM jobs and the number of qualified workers in the Golden State.

USC Opens Rocket-Based STEM Program to Community College Students

Community college students will live at USC and work on projects at the student-run Rocket Propulsion Lab on campus.

U california San Diego Program Lands $30,000 Grant for Scholarships

Sally Ride @ UC San Diego has received a $30,000 grant that will allow it to give scholarships to middle and high school girls attending the Sally Ride Science Junior Academy.

Tufts U to Host Lego Learning Symposium

Tufts University is partnering with Lego to host a two-day event where teachers can share best practices for using Legos in literacy, science, technology, engineering and math education.

Carnegie Mellon Taps Private Gift for Engineering Simulation Center

Carnegie Mellon University has launched a new collaboration with Ansys, a global company that produces software for engineering simulation.

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