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Students will learn to code video games based on simple sensors they control!
Is there a limit to human knowledge? Where do philosophy and physics intersect? Are we alone in the universe? Answering these and other questions, this six-part series united some of our most vibrant public intellectuals and communicators for explorations that reflect on the current state of modern physical sciences, its greatest mysteries and future endeavors, and its philosophical significance for our understanding of reality and the spiritual dimension of human existence.
This Annals issue presents multidisciplinary discussions of measures of intelligence and creativity for identification of giftedness and talent.Volume 1377
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Placing STEM students and postdocs in K–12 learning environments to mentor and teach is a well-known strategy to repair the leaky STEM pipeline. This eBriefing reviews STEM mentoring programs and other outreach strategies for scientists.
This eBriefing reviews grant writing for the NIH K99/R00 career transition award, which helps PhDs and physician-scientists move from postdoc to independent research.
Panelists discussed the effectiveness of policy initiatives that aim to support gender balance in STEM fields.
The Science Educators’ Events Calendar was made possible with funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
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Acts of Congress, research studies, passionate scientific community leaders, and a new Academy initiative all aim to stem the collapse of American STEM education.
Learn more in the latest issue of The New York Academy of Sciences Magazine.
New York Academy of Sciences Expands Afterschool Mentoring Program
The New York Academy of Sciences Named Finalist in STEM Education Competition
Family Science Night Turns Up the Fun Factor
Prizes for Neuroeducation Research Presented At Aspen Brain Forum