Armed with Science Twitter
- Wave of the Future: @USNavyResearch Forum Looks at Amphibious Operations - http://t.co/8qi20sLOWh http://t.co/cfe7HBqkVU 12:22:10 PM September 03, 2015
- RT @StationCDRKelly: Day 158. Chasing the next sunrise among the #stars over evening lights. Good night from @space_station! #YearInSpace h… 10:24:50 AM September 02, 2015
- .@TeamAFRL Developing Titanium Replacement for Engine and Aircraft - http://t.co/KOhQIg4B5x 10:58:34 AM September 01, 2015
- RT @StationCDRKelly: Day 157. At the end of the day, #sunrise will come again. Good night from @space_station! #YearInSpace http://t.co/P5U… 07:52:25 AM September 01, 2015
- What if our #military aircraft had a "magic cloak" a certain wizard had. @DoD_HDIAC http://t.co/3b2WC1jhBp http://t.co/cvVdj6GdPu 08:30:42 AM August 31, 2015
Education & Culture
Meet Nick and Abby, two future scientists who just so happen to be crushing the college robotics competition circuit – while still in middle school.
Speedometry is helping teach kids critical science, technology, engineering and math skills, and it’s something parents and teachers can easily get involved with.
USNA faculty mentored midshipmen as they taught more than 400 American high school students about STEM.
The best and brightest engineering students from around the world compete in the International Submarine Races.
Student teams designed, built and programmed their own robots, with the help of military mentors.
The DoD is making an investment to ensure military children have access to STEM education with the expansion of a college readiness program.
Scientists and engineers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base are serving as mentors and role models to STEM students.