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  • New York Academy of Sciences Podcast

  • Experimenting with Summer Science Ed

    This year, the Academy launched its new "Summer Matters" mentoring program, which paired grad students with primary school kids for a hands-on brand of science-ed over the summer. S&C visited one of those schools to get a deeper look into STEM education—that is, Science, Tech, Engineering, and Math—in the city. See a special online audio-slideshow: A DNA-Relay Race at Booker T.

    For more information on all of the Academy's education initiatives visit http://www.nyas.org/WhatWeDo/ScienceEd.aspx.

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