Category Archives: STEM / STEAM

STEM / STEAM: Everything You Need to Know About Viruses

Here is a cool STEM / STEAM video by “Domain of Science” introducing viruses…..including the coronavirus. Very cool for all who want to be a medical researcher, biologist, biomedical engineer, doctor, etc after majoring in science / technology in college. Here are more cool Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math stuff on this blog: Drive Safe! Never Forget. Geek on!

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STEM /STEAM: Historic Launch into Space by SpaceX and NASA

OK…..I’m old enough….. I followed the original 7….I saw the first launch of a man into space…..I watched the moon landing (as a summer student at Lowell Tech)……I watched the first tests of the Space Shuttle (working at Sears and attending SUNY at Stony Brook for my BS in Electrical Engineering)……I watched the Space Shuttle explosion (while designing the Remote

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STEM / STEAM: Christina Koch Returns to Earth After Spending 328 Days on the Space Station

Working as an electrical engineer (MSEE from the University of Kansas) at Lawrence Livermore Lab I briefly met with another electrical engineer (BSEE from the University of the Pacific); Jose Hernandez. Years later, I learned that Jose had become an Astronaut and some time after that…..he blasted off into space! Very cool! Fast forward a zillion years, and another electrical engineer caught

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STEM / STEAM: Watch as PhysicsGirl Explains What Programmers Really Do

PhysicsGirl Diana Cowern visits YouTube to find out what software engineers really do. NOTE: College Scholarship recipient, Inyoung, now works at YouTube TV. 🙂 As Diana explains: “I left a physics job to do software engineering. Was it worth it? What do software engineers actually do? Software engineers and programmers code everything from virtual reality to artificial intelligence to

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STEM / STEAM: Sony Introduces KOOV Programmable Blocks for the Classroom

Check out the video below then go to this CNET article and the Sony KOOV web site for more information on KOOV. Here is a quick paragraph from the CNET article: “The Koov pieces contain sensors and actuators that spring to life when kids use them to build shapes and models. The completed sculptures can be wirelessly connected to a

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