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BSN member Jordan Vaughan is a rising junior at Southwest DeKalb High School who has his own math and chemistry tutorial lessons on YouTube.  Jordan aspires to earn his PhD in Mathematics and his top three choices for college are MIT, Alabama A&M University, and Howard University.

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Jun.24.2015 · In Physics · From Admin
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From 1973 until 2012, a total of 66 black American women earned physics doctorates—mostly PhD’s—in US colleges. During that same amount of time, 22,172 white men earned their doctorates. These totals only include US citizens or permanent residents who earned their doctorates in the US, not American…
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University continues to be the top producer of doctoral degrees awarded to African Americans in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics-related programs (STEM), according to the FAMU Annual Accountability Report. Staci R. Brown from …
Jun.09.2015 · In Innovation · From Admin
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Alabama native's app makes college scholarships easy to find Posted: Thursday, June 4, 2015 7:24 pm | Updated: 9:18 pm, Thu Jun 4, 2015. When he appeared on ABC’s "Shark Tank" (below) he landed a deal so fast, investors Mark Cuban, Robert Herjavec and Kevin O’Leary stormed off the set …
Jun.06.2015 · In Innovation · From Sybilbsn
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13 & 15 Yrs Old, Nigerian Brothers Built Mobile Web Browsering Alternative To Google Chrome They say necessity is the mother of invention and this is sure the case when it comes to 13 and 15 year old, Nigerian brothers Anesi and Osine Ikhianosime. Their necessity is their need for a faster mobi…
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  Jamaican Scientist Offered Over $11 Billion For Cancer Research Patent It’s not uncommon to hear of Jamaicans doing BIG things both locally and internationally. Dr. Lawrence Williams, a research consultant with the Scientific Research Council is certainly one Jamaican who has achieved great t…
Feb.22.2015 · In Space Science · From Admin
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The Heliophysics Research Experience for Undergraduates program (REU) at University of Alabama in Huntsville and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center invites applications for the Summer 2015 program.This NSF funded program brings 10 selected undergraduate students to Huntsville, Alabama for a 10-week r…
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This group explores the values visual art and artists have in the fields of science. Visual art was the first attempt at language and is a recording of the history of the first people on the planet that began in Africa and spread around the world. Today, the visual arts has developed into computer g…
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