Philly Program Teams Up With Tween Author To Promote Girls Interested In ScienceGirls from a local science program team up with the an author for the launch of her new career exploration book, and the goal is to keep young girls interest in science fields in which they are underrepresented.
Swedish Company Implanting Microchips Into EmployeesYou've heard of them being implanted in dogs so they don't get lost -- now microchips implanted in humans could change the way we tackle everyday tasks, but they could also put our privacy at risk.
Local Teen Using 3D Printer To Help Those In NeedYou're about to meet a student whose school project is getting a big "thumbs up."
Students Make Problem Solving A Priority At 32nd Annual Invention ConventionThere are always better ways to do things or do things better, and the Public Schools of Cinnaminson are trying to solve our problems -- one invention at a time.
NJ Museum Event To Teach STEM...With A Little FunKids will be having so much fun, they might never suspect they're learning.
Breaking Down The Biggest Weather Events During Presidential InaugurationsThose attending the Inauguration tomorrow will need the wet weather gear with rain arriving in the Washington D.C. area around noon.
Students Have Fun Learning About STEM At Franklin Institute40 students from an elementary school in the Kingsessing neighborhood of Philadelphia were treated to a day at the Franklin Institute Science Museum thanks to the National Marketing Society in town for their annual conference.
STEM: Local Partnership Turns Tech-Savvy Kids Into Tech Creators"It's being able to be more of a creative entity rather that than just a consumer of things, they actually build and create things."
Middle School Students Attend STEM ExpoThe kids had the opportunity to learn more career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
College Students Try Selling Their Research Ideas In The Real World, Sort OfRowan University students took part today in the school's 19th annual STEM symposium.
STEM Vs. STEAM: Do The Arts Belong?There's a growing group of advocates who believe that STEM education is missing an 'A.'
Teen's Solution To Tangled Earbuds Earn Him A Ticket To The White House19-year-old Shemar Coombs came up with an invention that earned him a ticket to the White House.