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Interdisciplinary learning and applications of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Feb 15, 2021


Opportunity to Close the STEM Gap

The Siemens STEM Day Possibility Grant Sweepstakes offers K–12 educators in Title I schools a chance to win $5,000 for a STEM lab with the latest technology in their school.

science articles, podcasts, and videos

Feb 15, 2021


Compelling Stories at the Heart of Science and Society

The Science History Institute in Philadelphia collects and shares the stories of innovators and the discoveries that shape our lives. As the natural repository for the history of chemistry, chemical engineering, and the life sciences, the institute preserves, interprets, and houses an archive and library of award-winning digital content.

Award for STEM Educators

Feb 15, 2021

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Nation’s Highest Honor for Teachers of STEM and Computer Science

For more than 35 years, The White House Office of Science and Technology has bestowed the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) upon STEM teachers across the country and in US jurisdictions. More than 5,300 teachers have received PAEMST, the highest honors bestowed by the United States government specifically for K–12 science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and/or computer science teaching. Awardees receive a trip to Washington, DC; a $10,000 award; and opportunities to network with colleagues from across the nation. To learn more about eligibility requirements, nominate a teacher, or apply yourself, visit

science museum virtual tour

Feb 15, 2021


Exhibits and Artifacts Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists

Oxford University’s History of Science Museum hosts a leading collection of scientific instruments from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century. The museum’s virtual tours allow visitors to explore exhibits and artifacts of some of the most important scientific discoveries in science history.

National Geographic Videos

Feb 01, 2021


Videos Taking the Pulse of the Planet

For more than 30 years, National Geographic’s Boyd Matson has traveled the globe, reporting on nature, exploration, science, and adventure—from the heights of Mount Everest to the frigid waters of Antarctica. As the host of Wild Chronicles, Matson reports on people who are exploring Earth, solving its scientific mysteries, and advocating for its protection.


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