The YES! Program Has a New Name! posted on 8:48 AM, April 23, 2018
-- YES! now stands for Youth Eco Solutions. -- Over 30 teams of students are doing a variety of great work at schools around Minnesota! Formerly known as Youth Energy Summit, YES! empowers youth to...
Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award
byposted on 7:26 PM, April 21, 2018
Nominate a deserving Earth Science teacher for the National Association of Geoscience Teachers Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award
byposted on 7:57 AM, April 17, 2018
PhySciMANICS is a free, S.T.E.A.M. based project magazine for future inventors & junior engineers.
U of M Physics Force in Rochester
byposted on 1:16 PM, April 16, 2018
The University of Minnesota’s legendary Physics Force is returning to Rochester May 17 & 18, 2018, for another year of shows for schools!
New Bell Museum Educator Preview
byposted on 1:46 PM, April 12, 2018
The Bell Museum is re-opening this summer and we'd like to invite educators and their families to come see a sneak peek this May at our Educator Preview events. The events will include door prizes and refreshments.
March for Science at MN State Capitol has been postponed
byposted on 8:11 AM, April 11, 2018
The April 14 March for Science rally at the Minnesota State Capitol has been postponed "due to the never-ending winter". No future date has been announced at this point. Check the March for Science website...
Dog ID: Visual and Genetic--A Citizen Science Project
by Ed Hesslerposted on 8:33 AM, April 10, 2018
On April 16, Darwin's Dogs will launch the MuttMix project and they are inviting citizen scientists to participate in a survey.
History of Science : Chemistry
by Ed Hesslerposted on 8:26 AM, April 10, 2018
Learn more about Izaak Koltoff, past U of M chemist who is also known as the “father of modern analytical chemistry.”
STEM Education stamps from the Postal Service
byposted on 8:09 AM, April 10, 2018
NSTA Express notes that the US. Postal Service debuts STEM Education Forever Stamps.
Time, Einstein, and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe
byposted on 5:53 PM, April 9, 2018
Dr. William Phillips (Nobel laureate in Physics) public lecture at Bethel University