Tag Archive for: STEM

Sand, Surf, and Landmines

Last spring, I was aboard a student research vessel with fellow college students to conduct research projects that ranged from phytoplankton studies to plastics and biological surveys.

Sovereign Science

Instead of relying on governments, Indigenous scientists and allies gather water quality data themselves.

Befriending Pollinators

We are lucky to still have these bees in Minnesota, since they have disappeared from 95 percent of the places they used to live.

Wolf Biologist Sarah Hoy

It is a real privilege for me to study wolves, especially in such a beautiful place as Isle Royale National Park.

The Science of Soil

Regenerative Agriculture has the potential to revitalize communities and improve global economies as well as solve food insecurity by providing abundant, nutrient dense food.

Innovators

commentary of everyday women about ingenuity and inventiveness Mounica…

The Simplicity of Our Complex Ecosystem

Kate Brauman’s enthusiastic description of the work she has devoted her career to is deceptively simple: “Much of my life is focused on this: If you put stuff in the water, you end up with stuff in the water.”

Fadumo Yusuf: Mechanical Engineer

Green Card Voices released a book about immigrants in Minnesota who are engaged in STEM careers. Here are four of them. Details: greencardvoices.com/stem-mn

Magic of Creation

As an ambitious fourth grader, I set out to write the next…

Aasma Shaukat: Cancer Researcher

Green Card Voices released a book about immigrants in Minnesota who are engaged in STEM careers. We feature four of them in excerpted form in this Innovators issue.

Tag Archive for: STEM