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Anyone working (formally or informally) in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics research and/or education in the Michiana area is welcome to
. Any member can edit pages, and any interested member of the public--particularly parents and students--can comment on what is posted here.
MichianaSTEM Community Blogs
Biologically-inspired computing: public lecture
by Tom Loughran
Feb 14, 2014
Dr. Klaus Mainzer public presentation at Notre Dame: "CNN Philosophy: From Cellular Nonlinear Networks to Biologically Inspired Computing" To those who received code rather than an image in their email notifications, I apologize. Hope to see some of you at this event! ~ Tom
You’re invited: Forum VII – March 1st.
by Tom Loughran
Feb 3, 2014
This year’s Forum will include a discussion of the nation’s first 5-county Project Lead The Way initiative, as well as commercialization-education partnerships. All local K-12 administrators, K-12 teachers and the faculty, staff and students of local colleges and universities interest...
2014 AstroCamp is Looking Up
Feb 1, 2014
AstroCamp is an astronomy adventure for kids ages 9-13 at YMCA Camp Eberhart in Three Rivers, MI. Registration is now open for the 2014 session on July 20-26. It’s a weeklong summer camp with emphasis on learning constellations, getting hands on telescopes, and targeting deep sky objects. K...
STEM professionals from many Michiana schools have attended an annual
Collaborating for Research and Education
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(This map has links to many of the schools that have collaborated with
, the lead sponsor of Partnering for Education and Research Forum II. Feel free to access the map, add your school, add links to your school's home page, and even to a MichianaSTEM wiki page dedicated to collaboration with and within your own school.
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