Articles by Debbie Mickle
Science Museum of Virginia Outreach Educator and MiX Master Matt Baker participated in the VA Innovation Challenge Creation Series Make-a-thon at the Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia.
A Virginia Commonwealth University student’s fundraising campaign to begin production of her all-natural insect repellent for horses has exceeded its $15,000 goal.
Science Pub RVA is turning 3 this month! Congratulations on this fantastic community program that has been imagined, created and coordinated by Cynthia Gibbs. Science Pub RVA held its first public event in June 2012 and has engaged more than 1,400 curious minds at 25 public events.
For Alex Wilke, a Virginia mom who is also a staff member at The Nature Conservancy, nature isn’t just a profession; it’s a passion that she wants to share with her children. Wilkes hopes that by giving her kids as many opportunities as possible to “grow up wild” and experience the outdoors, she can teach them to be responsible, observant and appreciative stewards of the environment.
Why is Engineering a Hot Job? Listen to 3 students from Virginia Commonwealth University's School of Engineering to find out. During the recent VCU Capstone (Senior) Design Expo hundreds of engineering students solved problems and developed new products that will make a difference. Learn why these three students went into Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering. Why is Engineering a Hot Job?
What do you call the intersection of Engineering - Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Computer Science - and Biology? Biomechanical Engineering. This hot STEM career combines these important fields of science and technology to create products and treatments to improve the quality of our lives.