Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math Studies
Angelique and Kip from Smarter By Nature join us in demonstrating a fun activity on testing your soil type
The Tallahassee Police Department shows us around town
Marissa Tillery from the FSU Biomed SGSA along with some help from the FSU College of Medicine show us an exciting way to extract DNA from a Banana using everyday home materials.
Interested in coding? Learn more about coding here in this fun video
The TPD forensic unit team joins us and shows us interesting techniques done by the forensic unit: from lifting fingerprints, tire impressions, and more!
Carlos and Aly from the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory demonstrate the power of magnetics through a fun activity by moving a bottlecap without touching it!
See the fun and excitement life can be from a world of engineering Legos!
Enjoy this video arranged by our very own team member, Laura Forhan, explaining a multitude of exciting careers you can pursue in the STEM field.
In collaboration with Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Bend, STEMS4Girls holds the annual “Lights-on Afterschool Science Fair”. At the expo, community partners engage students, parents, and community members with STEM activities and demonstrations. The National Magnetic Lab facilitates hands-on activities, the Tallahassee Community College STEM Center provides a robotics demonstration, the FAMU 4-H AgriSTEM Team hosts an entomology display, and much more! The expo sparks curiosity and challenges young minds while reinforcing the importance of supporting afterschool programs.
Pictured are Zaira Leo and Tishauna Wilson. Zaira was a Science Fair participant, and Tishauna was our honorary guest speaker. In this picture Tishauna was a third year Computer Science undergraduate student at Florida A&M University, and at just 20-years-old, was recognized among a group of distinguished black women at the McDonald’s 365 Black Awards for developing technology-based programs at Florida A&M University (FAMU). She has since received many more accolades and received her computer science degree from FAMU.
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