Three Washington state universities have been the recent recipients of new grants from Boeing for STEM initiatives.
Vernier and the National Science Teachers Association have opened applications for their annual technology awards.
A National Science Foundation program that funds university efforts to promote advanced-level education for under-represented minorities in STEM fields has just awarded more than a million dollars to the University of Arizona.
Elsevier's Engineering Academic Challenge 2016 will begin Oct. 10.
Indiana-based Purdue University is working with Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) to build a STEM-focused, charter high school. Purdue Polytechnic High School is scheduled to open next year and it now accepting applications for enrollment.
A team of participants at Brown University has undertaken a project to expedite archaeological laboratory research with the use of a customized digital recording system.
Teachers from elementary, middle and high schools in Tuscola County, MI will join students and professors from the University of Michigan on a dig to excavate the bones of an 11,000- to 13,000-year-old mastodon.
On September 20, the New York University Tandon School of Engineering formally opened its new MakerSpace.
Cornell University received $23 million from the National Science Foundation to build a center on campus that will investigate principles of beam accelerators, which will have applications to other scientific fields like biology, chemistry and physics.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and pediatrician Priscilla Chan have enlisted help from UCSF, UCB and Stanford to build a $600 million biomedical science research center in San Francisco. The facility will use $3 billion over the next decade to cure diseases.