Science Center Is Nucleus in STEM Education Initiative
A free tool developed by the Carnegie Science Center helps schools bolster STEM learning.
If You Give a Student (a Fraction of) a Cookie . . .
Eliane Stampfer Wiese has just received a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University, where her research turned up interesting revelations about how young students learn math—and what adults might get wrong.
Could a Teenager End Ebola?
Throughout 2014, Ebola ravaged West Africa, with many cases going undetected until it was too late. But in a lab a few thousand miles away, a teenager was working to change that.
Pittsburgh Goes to Washington for National STEM Initiative
In November, Pittsburgh will be one of 27 cities to convene at the president’s home to share STEM learning advice and accomplishments.