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by Matthew Mitchell
April 6, 2016 | 0 comments
Most of my life I've prided myself on being open minded, willing to hear both sides of the story and come to my own conclusions. I've loved science and the unexpected results deriving from experiments since I was a kid. The problem was, I never really did anything about it. I walked through school knowing there was a great big universe out there and being content with media fed news explaining to me the scientific breakthroughs the purists dedicated their lives to. I spent 8 years in junior college specializing in nothing before finally becoming a firefighter; even that didn't ... more »
by Christian York
March 15, 2016 | 0 comments
Hello! My name is Christian, I am 20 years old, and I am currently a frustrated college student trying to find his calling. I grew up in a rural town where me and my mom would look into the night sky and gaze at stars. When she remarried we moved to a city, and I lost my view of the stars.
When I was a kid I was in the DISCOVERIES program at my school throughout elementary and middle school it was the advanced classes for elementary and middle school students. We got to take a lot of field trips mostly ... more »
by Nels Pearson
March 1, 2016 | 0 comments
http://wh.gov/ifzR4 is a petition to get NASA to develop a common technology resource to allow Moon rovers to be controlled through a web browser interface. Students and researchers could drive around the Moon conducting experiments and explore in general, all through their web browser. How cool would that be for a STEM program?... more »
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