STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math

NYU Tandon Researchers Develop Robotic Platform for Behavior Research

A team of researchers at New York University's Tandon School of Engineering have developed a robotic platform to assist in the study of freshwater fish behavior.

GEMS Education and Carnegie Mellon University Partner to Create STEM and Robotics Labs

GEMS Education and Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab (Community Robotics, Education and Technology Empowerment Lab) are collaborating to develop a STEM-based learning laboratory and robotics curricula for pre-K–12 students worldwide.

3D Printer Shipments to Double in 2016

3D Printer Shipments to Double This Year

Global sales of 3D printers will more than double from last year to 2016, growing 108 percent from 219,168 shipments to 455,772, according to a new report from Gartner.

Stanford VR Project Takes Students to Oceans of the Future

A new, free virtual reality program allows users to explore just what happens as climate change kills off coral reefs.

President Obama Talks AI, Space Exploration and More at Carnegie Mellon U

The White House Frontiers Conference brings some of world’s top leaders to Pennsylvania to discuss how science and technology will help improve lives and keep Americans on the cutting edge of innovation. More than $300 million in new STEM initiatives were announced at the event.

University-Corporate Partnership Woos Students into Advanced Manufacturing

An Indiana university that hosts a Toyota manufacturing education program expects to see a boost in admissions with a new marketing partnership the auto company has formed with an online STEM hub.

Boeing Grants Benefit STEM in Washington Universities

Three Washington state universities have been the recent recipients of new grants from Boeing for STEM initiatives.

Vernier, NSTA Open Entries for Technology Awards

Vernier and the National Science Teachers Association have opened applications for their annual technology awards.

U Arizona Grant Promotes Advanced STEM Degrees for Under-Represented Minorities

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 Opens Latest Engineering Academic Challenge

Elsevier's Engineering Academic Challenge 2016 will begin Oct. 10.

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