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STEMinistas at a recent Michigan Science Center event

The STEMinista Project introduces girls to the wonders (and comradery) of science

Started as a way to close the STEM gender gap, the project is designed for girls from fourth to eighth grade and offers special opportunities that encourage them to learn about STEM and get involved in STEM-related activities.

Ali Dirul

Detroit solar shines: How local solar organizations are linking sustainable energy and community

While there's been several notable solar energy projects by major companies, some smaller organizations have been partnering together to take the application of the renewable resource in new directions.

An After Dark gaming event

Science education: It's not just for kids at the Michigan Science Center

STEM jobs are being touted as critically important in the U.S., which is one reason why the Michigan Science Center offers programs targeted at audiences of all ages.

Duo Security offices

What Michiganders need to know to stay on top of identity theft

With news of the breach at credit reporting agency Equifax, we decided to look into the identity theft threats people are facing in Michigan, which state organizations are protecting them, and what they can do to prevent or recover from a hack.

Marlin Page Williams, founder of Sisters Code

These organizations are training Detroiters for the modern tech economy

Do Detroiters have the skills necessary to get hired in the modern, STEM economy? Several organizations are making sure that they do.
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