bg

Published Articles

Science and Technology Can Make You Hap...

"By Katie Couric Can you really click your way to happiness? You've heard of Fitbit and FuelBand — high-tech ways to get physically fit. Now there are apps for "emotional fitness" and Happify is one of them. Happify is a digital tool that offe...

Staying Active

By Milton Bertrand Maintaining a healthy life by staying active

Sharing The Ride Around The World

It is absolutely necessary to continuously engaging, evolving and growing in space technology. Communication satellites, navigation satellites, weather satellites, and research satellites are great examples of space technology.

THAT SUGAR FILM

THAT SUGAR FILM I have just been to see “That Sugar Film” by Damon Gameau. The movie is very entertaining, informative, shocking, but rated PG. It is a must-see for all age groups. Damon wants to target all audiences including children. He...

Innovation of 2015

Over the last decade, mobility has become an important aspect of our lives. We carry our electronics almost everywhere we go to places like coffee shops, and bookstores. Accommodation is not always so welcoming as far as finding a table, or a desk to u...

Addressing long-standing mysteries behi...

Motor oil contains chemical additives that extend how long engines can run without failure, but, despite decades of ubiquity, how such additives actually work to prevent this damage have remained a mystery. Now, engineers and ExxonMobil have teamed up ...

Biomedical breakthrough: Carbon nanopar...

Researchers have found an easy way to produce carbon nanoparticles that are small enough to evade the body's immune system, reflect light in the near-infrared range for easy detection, and carry payloads of pharmaceutical drugs to targeted tissues. The...

Study finds that dolphins may be able t...

By: Meghan DeMaria " A new study suggests that dolphins are attracted to magnets and can detect magnetic fields in objects. Researchers at the University of Rennes 1 and the University Institute of France observed how six bottleneck dolphi...

Should U.S. Be Concerned About Ebola Vi...

Ebola virus disease also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) is the human disease that is caused by Ebola viruses. The Symptoms of the disease start two days to three weeks after contracting the virus. Symptoms include fever, muscle pains, sore thro...

Another Milestones for NASA as Orion Co...

Following a perfect launch and more than four hours in Earth's orbit, NASA's Orion spacecraft is seen from an unpiloted aircraft descending under three massive red and white main parachutes and then shortly after its bullseye splashdown in the Pacific ...

<< Previous Play > Stop Next >>

GEAZLE BRINGS STEMers TOGETHER
Explore STEM Knowledge, and transform the future through collaboration.
Geazle is a voice for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), to facilitate, stimulate the promotion of new discoveries, and innovation in STEM for national and international benefit, and to involve and engage the general public.
"STEM education fosters creativity, invites diverse points of view, promotes entrepreneurship and offers appropriate role models for all. To drive the economy into the 21st century, there is a sense of urgency to equip the future generation with the skills and experiences that will prepare them to be leaders" said Milton Bertrand.
"Geazle is a place for people of all ages and interests who simply want to gain knowledge," Milton Bertrand said.
“It (has) been put upon us to make better contact with non-scientists in the community,” said Marc E. Freeman, distinguished research professor of Biological Science at Florida State University. “People who are not in science have no idea what’s going on, but they’re paying the bill.A site such as this is very useful — it tends to water down what is hot, tell them what is hot, but do it in everyday language.” Geazle encourages people who are not completely dedicated to the STEM disciplines to join, because of the opportunity to gain knowledge from the experience. Read MoreLess