5 Top STEM Energy Careers

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Never heard of a petrophysicist before? Discover what they do, the education required to become one, and how you can break into this and other careers in the energy industry. Have you ever stopped to...

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Growing Plants Without Soil? Understanding Hydroponics

Hydroponics, the system of growing plants without soil, originated thousands of years ago and now is considered by many to be the future of the agricultural industry. Plants grow if they receive water, sunlight, carbon...

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Surprising Facts About Leprosy

Leprosy has caused pain and disfiguration in its victims since 600 B.C., but early detection and modern drug treatment now contain the disease quickly and prevent transmission to others. Better known in today's medical world as...

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Remembering the Challenger Disaster

The Challenger disaster was a tragedy that was viewed by millions and changed space travel forever. On January 28, 1986, the shuttle Challenger, launching for its 10th mission to space, exploded just 73 seconds after...

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5 Suprising Everyday Sources of Radiation

The effects of exposure to large doses of radiation from nuclear bombs or power plant disasters are frightening, but we are exposed to low doses from everyday sources of radiation without any apparent harm. Radiation...

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5 Crazy Cool Facts About the Winter Solstice

At 5:44 a.m. on Wednesday, December 21, the 2016 winter solstice occurs in the Northern Hemisphere, which means winter has arrived in the United States. We know that the December solstice is the opposite of...

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4 STEM Nobel Prize Winners to Know

Alfred Nobel created prizes to be awarded in the categories of literature, physics,chemistry peace, economics, and physiology and medicine in his will to those Nobel Prize winners whose inventions or discoveries were the best for...

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5 Top Trade School Careers

There are a host of high-paying, high-demand trade school careers in STEM fields that you might not even know exist. We're here to help change that. Truly, there are different paths for every job and...

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5 Top STEM Transportation Jobs

In the late fall issue, we featured the best transportation jobs in the STEM world. Dig a little deeper into five of the top STEM jobs in this exciting field! Have you ever taken the...

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5 Crazy Cool Facts About the Winter Solstice

At 5:44 a.m. on Wednesday, December 21, the 2016 winter solstice occurs in the Northern Hemisphere, which means winter has arrived in the United States. We know that the December solstice is the opposite of...

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Remembering the Challenger Disaster

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The Challenger disaster was a tragedy that was viewed by millions and changed space travel forever. On January 28, 1986, the shuttle Challenger, launching for its 10th mission to space, exploded just 73 seconds after...

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5 Suprising Everyday Sources of Radiation

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The effects of exposure to large doses of radiation from nuclear bombs or power plant disasters are frightening, but we are exposed to low doses from everyday sources of radiation without any apparent harm. Radiation...

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5 Crazy Cool Facts About the Winter Solstice

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4 STEM Nobel Prize Winners to Know

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Alfred Nobel created prizes to be awarded in the categories of literature, physics,chemistry peace, economics, and physiology and medicine in his will to those Nobel Prize winners whose inventions or discoveries were the best for...

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The Demise of the Colorado River

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The Colorado River is in perilous danger, which could mean disaster for the almost 32 million people who rely on it for drinking water and irrigation. In fact, the storied river has already been shockingly...

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6 Awesome STEM Gifts to Give or Get This Year

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The holidays have arrived and for many, that means it's time to find perfect STEM gifts for friends and loved ones. No matter what part of the STEM acronym provides the most excitement for your future...

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