Teaming up to Help Metro Detroit Kids Gain OpportunitiesOn CBS 62’s Michigan Matters, sports, educational, community and political leaders appeared and talked about the plethora of opportunities available across our region.
The Drone Science Company: Sharing Tools and Tech With Detroit's Future Scientists"We Felt Like Innovation Would Be The Next Opportunity For Young People In The City Of Detroit"
Charlie Brown & 'Peanuts’ Gang To Stream On Apple DHX will produce original short-form STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) content that will be exclusive to Apple, including astronaut Snoopy.
Detroit Students Create Puberty App For PeersThe idea came from the students' realization that their parents don't often feel comfortable talking to their kids about sexual health.
The Henry Ford and PNC are Investing Big in STEMA new sponsorship will help The Henry Ford offer programming for young children at the history attraction in suburban Detroit.
Michigan State Effort To Help Low-Income Science StudentsCommunity college students transferring to MSU will get financial and academic support as well as professional development.
STEM Camp For Middle School Girls Helps Keep Focus On Science, MathThese young girls in 4th, 5th and 6th grade often are a pace ahead of the boys in everything ...
Test Time For Hundreds Of Students Battling For Most Fuel Efficient CarStudents battling to build a car that will go the farthest on the least amount of energy took their projects to the track Sunday.
Michigan Science Center Aims To Create More Young, Female Science And Tech Experts"We aim to broaden the pipeline of the next generation of STEMinistas,"
Cody Students See STEM Career Opportunities In Action At Detroit Grand Prix (Video)Students from Cody High School went behind-the-scenes Friday at the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix to interact with race teams and learn about career opportunities in STEAM-related fields.
Donors Raise $180K by Going Down A Detroit SkyscraperMore than $180,000 has been raised for local charities through a unique fundraiser where individuals paid at least $1,000 to repel down a Detroit skyscraper.