Stage Of Reason: How Theatre Is Being Used To Engage People In Science

STEAM in action with a fantastic article from The Stage. James Doeser takes us through the explosion of collaborations between science and theatre. An element of daily life, like medicine, seems removed from ourselves and our understanding, despite us interacting with it constantly. We love how the article recognises the importance of finding ways to communicate…

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The Entrepreneur Creating Ghana’s Next Generation Of Inventors

What sounds like progress to us is someone responding to the needs of a changing world. Charles Ofori Antipem‘s inspirational story is about adapting solutions without conceding to limitations. With rapid growth expecting highly-qualified STEM experts, this Ghanaian entrepreneur is anticipating the call and making sure that his community is ready to answer it. “Sir,…

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How Intuition And The Imagination Fuel Scientific Discovery and Creativity

We’re back with Brain Pickings, writer and MIT fellow Maria Popova’s blog for curious minds. This article is her exploration of W. I. B. Beveridge’s The Art of Scientific Investigation, in which he puts forth his fascinating explanation of combinatorial creativity. Beveridge’s theory is that ideas happen to us in response to needing a solution;…

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