Check out the video below then go to this CNET article and the Sony KOOV web site for more information on KOOV. Here is a quick paragraph from the CNET article: “The Koov pieces contain sensors and actuators that spring to life when kids use them to build shapes and models. The completed sculptures can be wirelessly connected to a computer, where kids can use … Continue reading STEM: Sony Introduces the KOOV Programmable Blocks for Kids
I actually worked, very briefly, at Lawrence Livermore Lab with someone who eventually became an Astronaut. He has even been to space. If you want to venture into space with your STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education and career, NASA TV has some great information on the latest happenings in the world of Space. Watch the video below for the latest information on the Space … Continue reading STEM: If you want to be an Astronaut and Work on the Space Station Watch this Cool Video
PhysicsGirl Diana Cowern visits YouTube to find out what software engineers really do. NOTE: ForCarol.com College Scholarship recipient, Inyoung, now works at YouTube TV. 🙂 As Diana explains: “I left a physics job to do software engineering. Was it worth it? What do software engineers actually do? Software engineers and programmers code everything from virtual reality to artificial intelligence to unique instruments like engineer Ben … Continue reading STEM: Watch as PhysicsGirl Explains What Programmers Really Do
The folks at CNET spent some time living with the Sony Aibo Robot Dog. How did it all work out? Watch this video to find out. Go here for a lot more information on Aibo. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) students can learn how to design robots that can help people feel wanted, loved, and needed. How cool is that?! Geek On! Continue reading STEM: A Short Video Showing How One Family Lived with the Sony Aibo Robot Dog for a Week
STEM student Sofia Mehmood gives a terrific TED Talk on Biomedical Engineering. In this talk Sofia introduces the audience to biology, cell organelles, stem cells, synthetic biology, cancer stem cells, DNA, and more. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) students will be looking solving and researching the biomedical engineering questions that Sofia introduces here. Enjoy! 🙂 Geek On! Continue reading STEM: Interested in Biomedical Engineering? Watch this TEDxYouth Talk.
Sometimes in your everyday life you may need to know how to solve, or at least understand, the Fourier Series. WHAT? Well, if you are an engineer or scientist anyway. In FACT, I did my Master’s Thesis on the “Coherent Optical Determination of the Leaf Angle Distribution of Corn” (Google it!) and guess what I had to understand and use……you got it…..Fourier Series. As a … Continue reading STEM: What the heck is a Fourier Series? Watch this video to find out.
U.C. Berkeley’s Hybrid Robotics Lab has outfitted Cassie the Robot with Hovershoes. Cassie can now skate around campus, very cool! 🙂 To learn more, go to this IEEE Spectrum article on this research project. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) rocks! Geek On! Continue reading STEM: Watch Cassie the BiPed Robot Move Around Campus on Hovershoes