This week, the S.T.E.M. Technology Video series returns with a story about a 155 MPH all-electric Superbus.
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This week in our S.T.E.M. video series, we show a woman who is paralyzed controlling a robotic arm with nothing but her thoughts. Kids with an interest in S.T.E.M. will find this video more inspiring than Futurama.
Cary, NC – The latest in our S.T.E.M. video series concerns Fibonacci Numbers, also known as the Golden Ratio. It is a sequence of numbers that influence mathematics, science, engineering, art and religion. This video also has the virtue of being beautiful to watch.
New images from NASA’a Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) show the fiery evolution of Earth’s moon. This new video from the Goddard Space Flight Center is the latest in our S.T.E.M. video series.
Story by Hal Goodtree. Cary, NC – In this installment of our S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and math) video series, we take a look at a fully enclosed, self-balancing motorcycle from Lit Motors. Geeky kids of all ages will enjoy this one.
Here’s a fascinating video about a mashup of science, music, technology and art. It’s called Aeolus, and it’s a giant harp that plays the wind and captures the sky.
This week, our S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and math) video series gives robots a rest and examines ferrofluids, fascinatingly magnetic liquids. Kids of all ages will find this one interesting and inspiring.
Flying cars were big news at The New York Auto Show last week. Do you have kids who are interested in science, technology, engineering or math? Show them this video of a flying car to get their juices flowing.
What inspires children to become interested in S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)? How about Nexi, a Mobile-Dexterous-Social (MDS) robot demonstrating her range of human emotions?
This video, from the University of Pennsylvania, shows a swarm of Nano-Copters, little self-controlled flying machines, performing acrobatic tricks in the air.