New Maryland Science Center Exhibit Goes Inside The Human BodyThe Maryland Science Center's newest 12,000-square-foot exhibit provides 35 hands-on activities and sensory experiences presenting educational information about how the human body reacts and adapts.
Baltimore Nonprofit Uses Dirt Bike Culture To Spark STEM Interest In ChildrenThousands of children in Baltimore have now completed a program that uses dirt bikes to get them interested in the STEM field.
Morgan State University Receives $3M In State Funds For School's First Endowed ProfessorshipsMorgan State University received $3 million in state funds to endow three new research professorships, creating new research positions to study the brain health of African Americans, predictive analytics and cybersecurity engineering.
17 Baltimore County Schools Receive $22,000 In Grants In Environmental CompetitionThe grants will pay for instructional projects that emphasize the theme of environmental literacy, or supplies for STEM learning.
'It's A Blessing. It Tells Me To Keep Going' College Bound Baltimore City High Graduates Awarded New LaptopsSome college-bound Baltimore City High School graduates were awarded some much-needed new technology today to get them ready for this fall.
Morgan State University Awarded $6.25M From Apple, GoogleMorgan State University announced that the school awarded 2 grants from Google and Apple totaling $6.25 million on Thursday.
Michael Bloomberg Donates $150M To Johns Hopkins University For Diversity STEM IntiativeBillionaire Michael Bloomberg donated $150 million to Johns Hopkins University.
Learning Undefeated Brings STEM 'Anywhere Labs' To MarylandLearning Undefeated, a non-profit organization committed to bringing STEM education opportunities to underserved communities, is releasing brand new distance learning units.
Baltimore City Schools Students Compete In Hopkins Robotics CupSaturday marked the eighth year of the Hopkins Robotics Cup, the Championship for Baltimore City Public Schools.
Conference Held In Baltimore Is Educating Teachers Coding Techniques With Drones And RobotsWho said educators had to stick with books for their lesson plans? Instead, one group of Baltimore teachers are deciding to use a different form of technology.
'CURE' Scholars Program Changing Trajectory For Some Of Baltimore's Inner City ChildrenHow do you get young people interested in a career in science or medicine when it hasn't been a part of their world?
New Program Links Love Of Orioles Baseball With STEM EducationThe Baltimore Orioles are focusing on STEM education in Baltimore County.
Army Initiative Encourages Young People To Explore STEM FieldsThe Undersecretary of the Army is discussing ways to include city students in the Army's national initiative to get young people in touch with stem-related fields.
The National Aquarium Is Offering Hands-On STEM Education CourseThere's something new at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
Maryland Governor To Push To Expand STEM ProgramThe program enables students to graduate with a high school diploma and a no-cost, two-year associate degree in a STEM field in six years or less.