Dr. Karl J. P. Smith is a Pittsburgh-based children’s STEM storyteller. He tours schools and museums with a live science storytelling show that uses internet-of-things inventions and animal fables to teach STEM concepts, kind of Mister Rogers-meets-Bill Nye.

Karl is a Biophysics PhD and the former Storyteller-in-Residence at the Carnegie Science Center and the MOXI (The Santa Barbara Children’s Museum). His storytelling has been profiled by USAToday and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and he has written about using stories to teach STEM for Scientific American.

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