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Building Positive Social Portfolio in S...

As more people are connected to one another via social media, it is important to build a positive social media portfolio. Unfortunately, these social media platforms are not designed or tailored to build a positive social portfolio. Therefore, Geazle S...

Marine oil supplement has positive effe...

An Indiana University study has revealed that there may be a greater connection between mussels and muscles than previously thought.

Blame it on your brain: Salt and hypert...

Excessive salt intake "reprograms" the brain, interfering with a natural safety mechanism that normally prevents the body's arterial blood pressure from rising, researchers have discovered.

Emotion Can Shut Down High-Level Mental...

Psychologists at Bangor University believe that they have glimpsed for the first time, a process that takes place deep within our unconscious brain, where primal reactions interact with higher mental processes. Writing in theJournal of Neuroscience, th...

Diabetics who skip breakfast provoke ha...

A new study reveals how skipping breakfast affects people with type-2 diabetes. According to the researchers, pancreatic beta cells which produce insulin lose their "memory" due to the prolonged period between one evening's dinner and the next day's lu...

Great STEM Resource

Einstein Fellows: Best Practices in STEM Education adds a new dimension to STEM education practice. The sixteen chapters bring to bear the power of 400,000 hours of teaching practice. Each chapter presents a unique teaching practice developed by an Ein...

Why we're smarter than chickens

A single molecular event in our cells could hold the key to how we evolved to become the smartest animal on the planet, scientists report. They have uncovered how a small change in a protein called PTBP1 can spur the creation of neurons -- cells that m...

Graphene: The Perfect Atomic Lattice a ...

Graphene: The Perfect Atomic Lattice a Better Material for Making Bulletproof Jackets

Possible Hints of Higgs Boson Remain in...

Simulated production of a Higgs event in ATLAS. This track is an example of simulated data modeled for the ATLAS detector on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. (Credit: Image courtesy of DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory) Two experiments at the Large ...

Social Network Has a Role to Play in Sc...

Social Network Has a Role to Play in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education

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"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.
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“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.