nuSTEM newsletter – week 10 (5/22 – 5/29) – center for STEM training STEM

Welcome to week 10!
This week we will delve deeper into bioengineering! Please note that this is the last weekly newsletter until September. We will publish a single “Summer Newsletter” (end of June) to report on the summer. We will publish biweekly newsletters in September.

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In this newsletter you will be introduced to a STEM topic and find a related activity that you can work on during the week (please let us know your results!), As well as extensions for additional learning or games in this area. You’ll also find a northeastern link – something Northeastern does in relation to this field.

Resource highlight

  • AIMBE – Why Biomedical Engineering?
    Discover the world of biomedical engineering / bioengineering. Interviews with professional bioengineers, exploring careers and companies in the industry and more.
  • BioMedical Engineering @Northeastern.
    The College of Engineering at Northeastern University offers both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in bioengineering. As a bioengineering student in the Northeast, you focus on one of four research areas: imaging, instrumentation, and signal processing; Biomechanics, Biotransport and MechanoBiology; Molecular, cell and tissue engineering; or computer and systems biology. Examine the courses and courses offered, take a look at the faculty’s research projects and explore the community.

Web resources for K-12 students and parents

In addition to the resource highlight mentioned above, which is directly linked to the newsletter topic, we will highlight two new web resources every week.

  1. EurekAlert
    EurekAlert is a non-profit press release distribution platform operated by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) as a resource for journalists and the public, and contains press releases from universities, magazine publishers, medical centers, government agencies, corporations, and other providers Organizations that are active in all disciplines of scientific research
  2. Scientific experiments for children
    Scientific experiments for elementary school children like making lava lamps or bending water. Also has games, quizzes, project ideas, lesson plans and more.

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