You have heard of STEM, right? Maybe even STEAM? If you think these are acronyms for something science- or technology-related then you’re on the right track. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math and the A in STEAM stands for Art (the other letters have the same meanings in STEAM as they do in STEM). Over the last few years, there has been a substantial effort to get kids more interested and engaged in STEM/STEAM activities for many reasons, not the least of which being adults with STEM/STEAM backgrounds tend to do better than non-STEM/STEAM peers remuneratively.
This is where KIDnetic Energy Labs comes in. Led by Michael Stanislawczyk, this startup will help bring STEM/STEAM education to students of all ages.
And while the business has not officially opened its doors yet, they have been hard at work developing classes for students, making connections with potential partners, and hard at work at doing some fun things every once in a while like you can see in this video of theirs of something called a “strandbeest” (it’s actually pretty cool and oddly hypnotic).
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