Get a behind-the-scenes look at a working copper mine as we hear from different professionals at Freeport-McMoRan and learn about their role in the mining process from mine planning to reclamation!
Dr. Brittany Campbell, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, is here to educate children about the difference between bees and wasps, and also teach them about the role bees play in flower pollination.
Dr. Mike Bentley, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, is here to teach children about insects such as ants, and show them how to do an easy and safe experiment to explore the world of insects in their own backyard.
Meet Erin Gillam, a biologist who uses a virtual bat, which is a technology that mimics real bat sounds and calls. This tool lets her track the how insects react around bats.
In this edition of the Pest Professor, Dr. Jim Fredericks, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, is here to teach children why termites eat wood and show off some eye-catching examples of termite damage.
How do you become a specialist in penguin care or in understanding sea lion behavior? You’ll hear about two people who have done just that in this STEM Pro Live! with two members of OdySea Aquarium’s animal care and education team.
This STEM Pro Live! will introduce you to two flight instructors and pilots at the Phoenix Flight Training Center, a partnership program between the University of North Dakota and Chandler-Gilbert Community College.
In this Pest Professor episode, join Dr. Mike Bentley, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, for a kid-friendly backyard bug hunt and learn how you can safely explore the world of insects around your own home.
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.