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Cells that constitute a positioning sy...

The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to John O´Keefe, May-Britt Moser and Edvard I. Moser for their discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain. The discoveries have solved a problem that has occup...

Games the will make your kids smarter

" Most educational games you find in the iTunes and Google Play stores barely earn a passing grade. But the following eight titles are a lock for the honor roll. If you want smarter kids, get them smarter apps like these. 1. DragonBox Algebra ...

The world as we know it has ended

The world as we know it has ended; do you know how to rebuild it as one of the few survivors? Have you ever stopped to think or wonder of some of humanity’s products of ingenuity? The point is not to scare you; it is indeed a way to make you think. H...

Endocrine-disrupting Chemical Effects T...

Men, women and children exposed to high levels of phthalates -- endocrine-disrupting chemicals found in plastics and some personal care products -– tended to have reduced levels of testosterone in their blood compared to those with lower chemical exp...

Neurogeneticists harness immune cells t...

New research shows that the body's immune system may be able to clear the brain of toxic plaque build-up that is the hallmark of Alzheimer's disease, reversing memory loss and brain cell damage.

What Is Race?

By Milton Bertrand   What Is Race?   In the recent development of Rachel A. Dolezal, it deems necessary to elaborate on the question of what is race. Dolezal has touched off a contentious national debate about race, what exactly it is and...

Importance of Biomarkers in Clinical La...

BY MILTON BERTRAND The prevention or diagnosis of disease remains relevant to clinical laboratories. Clinical laboratories are always in search to test for relevant analytes. These biomarkers that are identified and validated though proteomics, metabo...

STEM in Your Daily Life

A quick look within the STEM fields

Google Inc. has launched a Wi-Fi router

On Tuesday 08/18/2015, Google Inc. has launched a Wi-Fi router. That is the latest move in the company’s efforts to get and draw more users to its services. The router named OnHub can be pre-ordered for $199.99 at online retailers like the Google...

Square Root Day

By MILTON BERTRAND √Square Root Day A high school teacher from Redwood City, California by the name of Ron Gordon, created the first Square Root Day for September 9, 1981 (09-09-81). Square Root Day is an unofficial holiday celebrated...

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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.
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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.