A few weeks ago I was contacted by a couple middle school students in D.C. who have organized an initiative called STEM to the Sky to expose more of their peers to science. They hold interviews with scientists from different fields to inspire middle and high school students to go into STEM. Such a great... Continue Reading →
How much detail do you need to identify what you are looking at?
Several years ago I took my daughter to "The Art of the Brick" exhibition in New York City. At first, my husband and I were pretty skeptical about how interesting it would be. What could you possibly do with Legos that hasn't been done before? We had been to the Legoland in Yonkers, where whole... Continue Reading →