STEM Contest Gets a Bit Buggy

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When Colter Barners, principal of Kokhanok School, Alaska, stumbled upon an ad for the "Samsung Solve for Tomorrow" content, he was eager to get the entire middle school — made up of six students — involved. The contest invited public schools to find a community problem they could solve using science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills learned in their classroom curriculum. Who knew having students work on a project involving the cost of energy would fall hand-in-hand with the spruce beetle population? In this blog post from Forbes, Mark Svenvold, a Samsung contributor, discusses how six kids turned beetle infestation into a source of energy.

Read the full blog entry on Forbes.