Former NASA Astronaut Dr. Franklin Chang-Diàz told a story about turning hopes and dreams into reality. It’s a story the retired astronaut, mechanical engineer and physicist knows well, since his own career keeps taking off!
Amazing young scientists were doing amazing things on Saturday, March 24th at the Metro Richmond Science Fair. Two hundred seventy 7th-12th graders presented their research in categories ranging from Behavioral Science to Zoology.
A Richmond area summer internship program wants to open more doors for bright high school students and help more Richmond employers find the qualified workers they need. The Virginia Technology Interns Program (VTIP) provides students with hands-on technology experience in the business environment.
The Rice Center for Environmental Life Sciences is Virginia Commonwealth University’s large outdoor laboratory devoted to environmental research. Located on 494 acres along the James River, the Rice Center is a place where scientists study the role of conservation in helping to protect our rivers and wetlands. This unique field station on the James is in an area rich in natural and cultural resources and is an ideal place to teach how we all can become better stewards of our natural resources.