Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

"To boldly go where no one has gone before is the hallmark of human progress and the prevailing spirit in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics careers. If you’ve got the urge to figure out how things work and advance the frontiers of knowledge, a career in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics might be right for you. These jobs pay well because technological progress is so important to the growth of our economy, to our country’s security, and to the quality of future life on Earth."

Pathways to Success: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math​ Edition . Accessed October 1, 2015. ed.sc.gov

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Science Wow! - Gravity | Camp TV
Science Wow! - Gravity | Camp TV

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EXPIRES: 8/31/2022 Join the group OKGO as they sing a song about gravity, and then explain the science behind how they produced the music video!
Dairy Science 101 | Into the Outdoors
Dairy Science 101 | Into the Outdoors

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EXPIRES: 6/2/2023 Cows have naturally made milk for over a million years. How do cows convert grass into liquid protein? Joey and Caroline visit Pagels Ponderosa Dairy, where they explore the science...
The Driftless Area Mystery | Into the Outdoors
The Driftless Area Mystery | Into the Outdoors

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EXPIRES: 6/2/2023 Glaciers reshaped much of Wisconsin’s landscape. As these glaciers retreated, the glacial drift left behind rocks, sand, and other glacial material. Earth scientists mapped areas...
Lyme Disease | Into the Outdoors
Lyme Disease | Into the Outdoors

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EXPIRES: 6/2/2023 Lyme disease is a spirochete infection known as Borrelia Burgdorferi and is spread by arthropods like ticks. It is estimated to be more widespread than West Nile virus and AIDS...
How is Silica Mined? | Into the Outdoors
How is Silica Mined? | Into the Outdoors

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EXPIRES: 6/2/2023 Part 3 answers the questions: Why would fracing engineers want pure silica sand? Rounded grains? Uniform grain size? No other minerals? One risk factor of silica mining is...