STEM Partners

 

Biz Kid$


Biz Kid$

Where kids teach kids about money and business, with activities for young entrepreneurs, families and teachers.

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Center for Economic Growth

CEG

CEG is involved in multiple STEM initiatives, including facilitating the Tech Valley STEMSmart Alliance, the regional hub of the Empire State STEM Learning Network.


Workforce Development
 
Tech Valley STEM

Events

 


Design Squad Nation

Design Squad Nation

High-energy, high-drama reality TV that lets kids show off their smarts as they design and build working solutions for real-world clients—people who are hungry for clever ideas from a new generation of innovators. Engineering activities for grades 5-8.

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Fetch!

FETCH!

Part game show, part reality TV, and part spoof, FETCH! features real kids, real challenges, real science, and an unreal host named Ruff Ruffman (yes, he's an animated dog!)

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Get the Math

Get the Math

A media project designed to help middle and high school students develop algebraic thinking skills for solving real world problems.

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Math By Design

Math By Design

Encourages students to problem solve and think critically as they encounter unique geometry and measurement challenges.

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SciGirls

SciGirls

Showcases bright, curious real girls putting science, technology, engineering and math to work for ages 8-14.

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Sid the Science Kid

Sid the Science Kid

Designed to further develop children's natural wonder and build a strong foundation for early science exploration.

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STEM Collaborative

STEM Collaborative

Real life math.  Make the math connection with four interactive online learning adventures for middle school classrooms. 

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STEAM

STEM + Art = STEAM

STEAM is a movement being championed by the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and adopted all over.

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Tech Valley High School

Tech Valley High School


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University at AlbanyUAlbany has a variety of STEM departments and programs. Each homepage link provided below provides a gateway to documents/publications, video clips, interactive activities, and announcements of upcoming events.




College of Arts and Sciences
Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences
Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Mathematics and Statistics
Physics

School of Public Health
Biomedical Sciences
Environmental Health Sciences
Epidemiology & Biostatistics

College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering
Nanobioscience
Undergraduate Programs

Student Success and Career Readiness
Science & Technology Entry Program (STEP)
Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)
Center for Achievement, Retention and Student Success
From College to Career: How Did She Do It?
Pathway to Career Success

NATURE

NATURE

The benchmark of natural history programs on television, capturing the splendors of the...

NOVA

NOVA

NOVA revolves around a simple premise: the world of science is exciting!

NOVA SCIENCENOW

NOVA SCIENCENOW

NOVA's fast-paced science magazine series, featuring provocative stories from the front...

Blockly Apps

Blockly Apps

Explore fun and educational apps featuring math, logic and computer science

Latest from NOVA

The RNA Origin of Life

Go on a tour of RNA's evolving role through billions of years of evolutionary history.

Virus Wars

All cellular life, including you, is in an ancient and unending war with viruses.

The Cellular Factory

What exactly is RNA, and how can you help discover its secrets just by playing a game?

Imagining Alien Life

What would life on a red dwarf planet look like?

Nature's Time Capsules

By studying bogs, scientists can uncover thousands of years of Earth's history.

Latest from NOVA scienceNOW

Five Reasons to Eat Insects

Save room for bugs! They're the future of green cuisine.

Profile: Shaundra Daily

This software engineer and dancer found her groove teaching children about their emotional lives.

What's the Next Big Thing?: Watch the Program

Watch the program online on NOVA now

Cars That Power the Grid

Electric cars that feed energy back to the power grid may play a critical role in a future "smart grid."

Where Did We Come From?: Watch the Program

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NOVA 'The Nature of Reality' Blog

Is There Anything Beyond Quantum Computing?

A quantum computer is a device that could exploit the weirdness of the quantum world to solve certain specific problems much faster than we know how... Read Full Post

How Many Dimensions Does the Universe Really Have?

An engineer, a mathematician and a physicist walk into a universe. How many dimensions do they find? The engineer whips out a protractor and straightedge. That’s... Read Full Post

Do Time Travelers Tweet?

We live in four dimensions: three spatial dimensions plus a fourth dimension, time. Of these, time is the most fluid, the one that is most influenced... Read Full Post

The Universe Made Me Do It? Testing “Free Will” With Distant Quasars

Scientists usually assume we can freely choose what kinds of experiments to perform. After all, how could we ever hope to learn anything about the world... Read Full Post

First Direct Evidence of Cosmic Inflation

When Alan Guth proposed the theory of cosmic inflation almost 35 years ago, he wondered whether it would ever be possible to prove his hypothesis that... Read Full Post