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Seeds :Time capsules of life
Women and Astrophysics - Science Magazine - Archive
Fairchild Challenge - Petals and Pollinators - 2017-2018
The Fairchild Challenge is our award-winning, interdisciplinary, environmental science competition designed to engage students of diverse interests, abilities, talents and backgrounds to explore the natural world. The program has been recognized as a benchmark for exceptional STEM education and for empowering PreK – 12th grade students to become the next generation of scientists, researchers, educated voters, policy makers, and environmentally-minded citizens.
Carrollton’s engineering programs offer a variety of engineering discipline projects including NAO Humanoid robotics, 3d printing, coding, electronics, aquatic robotics and computer science.
Students in the engineering programs (curricular or afterschool) have many opportunities to work independently, creating and refining their designs or to join a team working on projects such as the bi-annual Energy Harnessing project.
The engineering program is affiliated with local, regional, state and national association groups, offering further academic support.
Engineeting - MIT Courseware
A collection of Engineering courses and resources from across MIT. Some are materials that were used to teach MIT undergraduates, while others were designed specifically for high school students.
Invention Opportunities - July 16, 1895
PLOTTING AGAINST HORSES; London Engineer Offers Prizes for Best Forms of Horseless Vehicles ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS THE AMOUNT Progress that Has Been Made -- Experiments that Are Being Conducted by Joseph Lippe of This City.
The London Engineer, one of the foremost technical journals in Great Britain, has announced that it will give 1,000 guineas in prizes for the best forms of horseless vehicles. The award will be made by a committee of experts after a public trial on some road in England.