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Buying into our STEM Future

June 19, 2017

What is happening here? Americans love science and technology. We flock to see "Star Wars." Who hasn't said, "May the Force be with you" in their lifetime? Yet, even for successful high school graduates, the reality can be dark. The growth of STEM jobs is outpacing the number of qualified university graduates. Why is the Force hiding from us?

Innovation ecosystem vital to state

June 19, 2017

Robust private-sector investment and prudent regulation from policymakers have helped establish Maryland as a cradle of innovation and a leader in the U.S. innovation economy. Few states can match Maryland's highly skilled workforce, market access and technology-centered policy incentives, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce ranked Maryland No.

Gov. Holcomb Announces First STEM Team Award Winners

June 19, 2017

The awards highlight Indiana's elite high school students for their work in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Each winner received a $1,000 college scholarship through Indiana's CollegeChoice 529 Direct Savings Plan, letterman jackets identifying them as members of the Governor's STEM Team and tickets to Gen Con Indy--the longest-running gaming convention in the world.

Naples mom writes books that inspire little girls to dream big

June 18, 2017

Years ago Kristi Grigsby's daughter asked her a question she struggled to answer. "What is an engineer?" her then-little girl, Jennifer, wanted to know. "I didn't know," Grigsby said. "I couldn't explain it to her." Grigsby knows a lot more now -- and she is making sure other parents and little girls do too through her new STEM Girls Books series.

America's still first in science, but China rose fast as funding stalled in U. S. and other countries

June 18, 2017

American scientific teams still publish significantly more biomedical research discoveries than teams from any other country, a new study shows, and the U.S. still leads the world in research and development expenditures. But American dominance is slowly shrinking, the analysis finds, as China's skyrocketing investing on science over the last two decades begins to pay off.

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