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Sanjana - Research, a Stepping Stone for Success

Albert Szent-Gyorgyi once said, “Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought.” Read more

Raghav - Scientific Research

Hi guys! Check out my video blog post on research!

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Peter - Figuring out the details to the milimeter

Hey guys, Peter here with my fourth blog post!

In this past week, I've gone back to my 3D modeling to create my innovation. I've learned that it's hard to make things like springs, because they spiral. I've tried a couple new 3D modeling programs, some of which are genuine and others I just can't use. I discovered this cool CAD program called SketchUp. So you first create 2D objects, then you extrude them into 3D. It's really cool! 3D printers can print your models to the exact milimeter! I don't know about you, but I think that's really awesome. Read more

Krishna - Finding the Right Sources

Doing research is very important for any scientific endeavor.

You need to know what you're dealing with. I had to look around at my local library and online for good sources that can help me design my invention. You can't make a working invention if you don't know how to make it work. It's important for scientists to be organized so they can obtain what they need when they need it. I need to know enough information so that my protoype can work at a certain degree of accuracy. Read more

STEM for All: Increasing Participation in Underrepresented Populations

by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom

Students who move into STEM careers will have a strong voice in shaping the future of our country in addition to having access to well-paying jobs in high-demand fields. We want all students to have these opportunities, right?* But there's a lack of women and minorities in the STEM pipeline. As an educator, you have the power to change this. Read more


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