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The Algebra of a Bungee Jump | The Ignite Show

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Bungee jumping isn’t as scary as it seems, especially when you look at it from a mathematical perspective!

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Thinkport | Basketball and Functional Relationships

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March Madness is in full effect! So what do math and sports have in common?

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Careers in Science

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Encourage your students to consider a career in science with the help of these profiles.

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Scientist Profile: Biomedical Engineer

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Desai designs tiny, nano-sized capsules to transport medicine in the body to the exact spot it is needed.

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Your Immune System: Natural Born Killer | Crash Course Biology #32

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Hank describes the team of defenses that make up our immune system.

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Girls in STEM Event 2015

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Don't miss the Girls in STEM 3rd Annual Event (Grades 4-8) on March 28, 2015!

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Geneticist Pardis Sabeti

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Harvard scientist Pardis Sabeti has helped to bridge the divide between the two scientific disciplines evolutionary biology and genetics. 

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Tissue Engineering

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With the help of PBS’s “Design Squad,” students will hear about the work of Howard Pryor, a tissue engineer and doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital.

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Digital Engineering: Planning the Leadenhall Building | Super Skyscrapers

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What can the “Cheesegrater” teach us about STEM and digital engineering?

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Secret Life of Scientists & Engineers

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“Secret Life” profiles today’s leading scientists—and shows what they’re like when the lab coats come off.

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