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A Community Math Stop from UT Austin Student Sarthak Reddy

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talkSTEM founder and CEO Koshi Dhingra recently spoke with Sarthak Reddy, a Polymathic Scholar at the College of Natural Sciences of UT Austin.

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How do bacteria help and harm crops?

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Jong and his team use various tools and techniques from molecular biology and genetics to study B. Jong and his team have had great success investigating the biology of B. Pathway from school to plant pathology • As well as studying biology and chemistry at school, try to get practical experience of working with plants.

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From Scientist to Shareholder: Why do it?

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It is therefore vital that students see the benefits – for themselves and their societies – of learning national sciences such as biology, chemistry, and physics. Sandra Tarré is a Secondary Natural Science teacher. Career choice. Pictures provided by the author (Attribution CC-By). About the authors.

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How to Celebrate National STEM Day

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Students who enjoy biology might visit a natural science museum to explore fossils of extinct creatures, such as dinosaurs. Visit Museums Visiting a museum is another fun activity for National STEM Day.

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Synthetic biology: the power of modified microbes

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Synthetic biology: the power of modified microbes Published: Microbes are the world’s most brilliant chemists, able to turn simple sugars and other compounds into a vast array of complex chemicals. The general idea of synthetic biology is that we can engineer microbes to do things that naturally occurring microbes don’t do,” he says.

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Indoor STEM Activities for Kids

STEM Sport

Nature Science on a Windowsill Biology, the study of living organisms, isn’t limited to vast forests or laboratories; it can begin right on your windowsill, turning it into a mini-laboratory for observing life’s wonders.

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How we read: the neuroscience behind literacy

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Pathway from school to cognitive neuropsychology • At school and post-16 years old, subjects such as biology, chemistry, psychology, mathematics and English or other languages can provide a good foundation for an appropriate undergraduate degree at university.