Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists’ obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
Dayna Cooper, a butterfly specialist, and Ron Brisette, an architect, talk about how the facility at Butterfly Wonderland in Scottsdale, Ariz., needed to be specially constructed to help the butterflies thrive and how Dayna helps care for the butterflies every day.
Take an interactive look into modern-day mining with this authentic learning simulation focused on the exploration phase of hard rock mining.
Jobs abound in the field of nuclear energy and other related fields, often presenting themselves through unexpected pathways and in disciplines you might not think of when you think nuclear science.
Students will answer a series of questions about their preferences, interests, hobbies and skills to uncover a variety of in-demand mining careers that match their responses.
Four engineers from Arizona Public Service (APS) talk about the work they do to keep power running for millions of homes and businesses across Arizona.
Rizal Oei and Kim Kunasek talk about their company, Oei Design, a firm that specializes in designing retail spaces, restaurants, exhibit and showroom spaces, and commercial buildings.
In this STEM Pro Live!, you’ll meet Elyse Hallstrom, an engineer at Intel, who will talk to you about microchips, how they work, how powerful they can be, and what she goes to help made them.