PASSPORT TO TOMORROW

Avondale Library Leads STEM Event BY: Michele Peters, AZSciTech Writer Get your passport and get ready to embark on an adventure that might literally blaze a path that will lead you to a fantastic tomorrow. The Avondale Library will once again be the driving force behind the annual STEM Fest Family Event. And it is […]

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LIONS and TIGERS and BEARS – LET’S KEEP ‘EM – OH MY!

The Phoenix Zoo Shows Off Its Conservationist Side BY: Michele Peters, AZSciTech Writer The Phoenix Zoo, known as the “go-to” place to visit lions and tigers and bears and so many other fun, furry creatures, the big and the small on the Arizona Trail, Africa Trail, Tropics Trail and the Children’s Trail, has a surprise […]

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LOCAL SCHOOLS and INTEL COME TOGETHER TO CREATE THE PERFECT PARTNERSHIP

When is a partnership more than a partnership?  When it involves STEM education, Intel and community organizations blending their experience, best practices, background and advice, all to benefit local schools and their students.  Arizona schools, public, private and charter, have the unique opportunity of unprecedented access to Intel’s wealth of information, practices and knowledge through […]

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INTEL’s LATEST PROCESS INVOLVES HUMANS and EDUCATION

World’s Best-Known Chip Processor Applies CoPs to Create CSOs What in the world is a CoP and a CSO and how does it involve Intel? Keep reading and you’ll quickly connect the dots. Intel, known for its inventive ways of processing information, has initiated and uses a truly revolutionary process when it comes to figuring […]

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One Word Says It All – Huzzah!

To the thousands who attend the annual Arizona Renaissance Festival and Artisan Marketplace the word needs no explanation   For eight weekends each year, 30 acres in Gold Canyon travel back in time to the 16th century and the Renaissance. Now in its 28th year, from February 6 through March 27, the Renaissance comes to […]

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Seeking Volunteers, Judges and Interpreters for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in Phoenix, May 8-13

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Phoenix will be hosting the fair this year which will draw more than 1,700 students in grades 9-12 from nearly every state in the U.S. and 75 countries. Students will be competing for more than $4 million in […]

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COX CONNECTS IN A BIG WAY

More Than Just Words, AZ SciTech Festival  Presenting Sponsor is Giant Presence In Community Guest Author: Michele Peters, writer, Cox Communications    COX, the premier communications company in Arizona, connects and communicates with the community; but COX brings these concepts to new heights.  Starting as a Platinum sponsor of the AZ SciTech Festival at its […]

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Governor Doug Ducey Signs Career And Technical Education Funding Package

PHOENIX – “In January, I stood in front of a joint legislature to deliver my priorities for this session – and key among them was a strong focus on career and technical education. “Now, following a bipartisan – unanimous – vote in both chambers, we are one step closer to providing vital support for thousands […]

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All Connected and STEAMed Up!

SCIENCE and…HIP HOP CODE HACKATHON DISNEY STUDIOS! What’s the connection? AZ SciTech Festival’s Partner Strong Ties, TURN UP FOR STEAM event – has it all and more! A weekend filled with and fueled by STEAM. The 3-day event, with its overarching theme, the Science of Sound, is filled to the brim with ingenious innovations, new […]

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ASU NIGHT OF THE OPEN DOOR…

Experience STEAM Happenings –A Night That Opens Minds and Possibilities Arizona State University (ASU) once again hosts its signature community event, ASU NIGHT OF THE OPEN DOOR, a night when the entire community is invited to see and experience the creative energy that powers a world-class university, with hundreds of interactive activities and student, faculty […]

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