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CU Science Discovery puts students in the lab

Local STEM students learn that making mistakes is part of learning.  – Boulder Daily Camera


STEM Launch student starts Difference Maker Club

Inspired by his Ugandan pen pal, STEM Launch’s student, Kylan Bain, starts his own Difference Maker Club.  See The Denver Channel story.

For more information on starting your own club, please visit I am the Difference Maker.

T-shirt design_v04 with THE Butterfly

Anatomy in Clay
NORTHGLENN, CO – APRIL 17: Hector Maynez, 17, adds striations to an arm muscle he made out of clay on an Anatomy in Clay model at Northglenn High School in Northglenn, Colorado on April 17, 2015. Northglenn H.S. students use Anatomy in Clay to mold complex anatomical structures. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)

Read the article in the Denver Post!

Meet The Teen Born With One Hand Defying Odds On The Softball Field

via Meet The Teen Born With One Hand Defying Odds On The Softball Field.

Blending Science and the Arts

Please read the Denver Post article about our Full STEAM Ahead events with the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council.

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