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What This Life-Saving Innovation in Mathematics and Economics Can Teach Students About STEM

By Larry Bock  Co-Founder of USA Science Science & Engineering Festival    Like many who follow research developments in high technology, I am constantly amazed at the power of science, engineering, technology and mathematics (STEM) to solve real-life problems — especially problems across diverse venues and disciplines. Take for example the research of mathematician Lloyd Shapley…

Tomorrow: Join us for the Woodstock of Science!

The excitement is filling the air at Sneak Peek Friday today as we are gearing up for an amazing weekend! The Festival takes place Saturday from 10-6 and Sunday from 10-4 at the Walter E Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Please visit our “Plan Your Day” section on our website for important information regarding…

Find the full schedule of NIH events here But can’t miss some special stage shows like the director of NIH, Dr. Francis Collins performing! This weekend, October 23 and 24, NIH will bring our science to the people at the inaugural USA Science and Engineering Festival ExpoExternal Web Site Policy in Washington, D.C. From 10:00…

Make sure you keep up with the happenings of the Nifty Fifty program. We have had a lot of speakers go to DC schools telling kids about STEM education and why they like science. Check out some photos on our facebook pages. Here is an interview with Dr. Francis Collins the Director of NIH.

We need your help to get the word out about the USA Science and Engineering Festival. Social Media cannot be done in a vacuum so we continue to ask those of you who are listening to help us get the word out through Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and blogging. I think this is just another great…

Meeting Francis Collins Over Pancakes

Francis Collins and Larry Bock I was attending the AAAS annual meeting last week in San Diego, and Dr. Collins was speaking to several groups at the conference. After living in Washington, DC for almost a decade, and having worked for various federal agencies, I am used to the reverence people have for senior federal…