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MarcellaMuhammad
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Marcella Muhammad
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CONFERENCE DATESThursday October 27 - Saturday October 29, 2016 CONFERENCE LOCATIONThe Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown 275 Baker St NW Atlanta GA 30313 Conference ThemeChanging Research for a Changing World The Black Doctoral Network Conference will bring together both world renowned and emergent…
Oct.29.2016
The Hilton Garden Inn, ATLANTA, United States
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This month, July 14, 2015, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft will capture the first-ever close up images and scientific observations of Pluto and its system of large and small moons. Scientific literature is filled with papers on the characteristics of Pluto and its moons from ground based and Earth or…
Jul.15.2015
Outer Space, Decatur, United States
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Have you ever played a video game and thought you could design a better one? Now, you can! AARP and Mentor Up, an AARP Foundation program, are pleased to announce a series of FREE video game design workshops to design intergenerational STEM Video Games. Want more info? >> http://bit.ly/1KufwKa…
Jun.06.2015
Maryland Science Center, Baltimore Maryland, United States
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The Atlanta Science Festival is a week-long celebration of local science and technology, held March 21-28, 2015. Curious people of all ages will explore the science and technology in our region and see how science is connected to all parts of our lives in a variety of hands-on activities, facility t…
Mar.28.2015
Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta, United States
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BIOTECH STARTUPS SEEK TO REPLACE TOXIC CHEMICAL INKS AND DYES WITH MORE SUSTAINABLE LIVING ONES. A Streptomyces soil bacteria originally discovered in 1908 on a potato plug that has become famous for its antibiotic properties this bacteria also produces a beautiful, deep blue.  The ink, scientists h…
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Paris, France
Feb.23.2016 From MarcellaMuhammad
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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Atlanta, GA, United States
Dec.31.2014 From MarcellaMuhammad
Discuss issues that face black females in the science fields and provide support.  
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Atlanta, GA, United States
Dec.31.2014 From MarcellaMuhammad
Teachers with the challenge to teach and excite students about science and math.  Get inspiration, share ideas and experience.  Together we can find what works and touch the future.
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Atlanta, GA, United States
Dec.31.2014 From MarcellaMuhammad
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Professional visual artist, Author
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California University of San Bernardino, Oakland College of Arts and Crafts, California University of Riverside.
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03.21.2017
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On August 21, 2017, a 121-mile wide shadow will sweep across North America as millions of people revel in a total solar eclipse — the first one to run from sea to shining sea since 1918.
Mar.21.2017
08.01.2016
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http://www.livescience.com/55574-mysterious-purple-sea-orb-near-channel-islands.html "Have a look at that dark purple blob on the left, there." With those words, scientists aboard the Exploration Vessel Nautilus uncovered a marine mystery: a small purple orb tucked halfway under a rock off the coa…
Aug.01.2016
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African-American men are one of the only minority groups not making progress in STEM. Advocates consistently beat the drum to find ways to engage more female and minority students in STEM fields, which are still largely dominated by men. But within that group is perhaps one of the most underrepresen…
Aug.01.2016
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Dr. Jalaal Hayes (center) made Delaware State University history by becoming the youngest-ever doctoral graduate at age 22. Dr. Hayes of Philadelphia was conferred a Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry during the Dec. 20 Commencement. Standing with Dr. Hayes are his advisor Dr. Andrew Goudy, professor of che…
Aug.01.2016
06.21.2016
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People who have a shortened MAOA gene do not produce a protein needed to break down old serotonin in their brains. These people are more likely to be agitated, aggressive, and impulsive.  According to the study published in Comprehensive Psychiatry, 34.6% of whites and 53.4% of blacks have 2-repeat …
Jun.21.2016
06.12.2016
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 If you purchased the drink Dasani water you might want to listen up. There has been a major recall by the Coca-Cola company today after several thousand bottles of their drinking water was found to be contaminated with a parasite. It has sent several hundred people to the hospital and is responsibl…
Jun.12.2016
06.11.2016
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Johnson Research and Development Co. and founder Lonnie Johnson have been in a royalty dispute with Hasbro since February, when the company filed a claim against the giant toy company. According to King & Spalding, which along with the A. Leigh Baier P.C. law firm represented Johnson, Hasbro und…
Jun.11.2016
04.10.2016
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Jalen Bobbitt, Senior student of Arabia Mountain High is committed to helping develop and encourage high-risk students. He is doing his part when he created a STEM Wars Competition for middle school students so they can be better prepared for science, technology, engineering, and math careers. “The …
Apr.10.2016
03.25.2016
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CONFERENCE DATESThursday October 27 - Saturday October 29, 2016 CONFERENCE LOCATIONThe Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown 275 Baker St NW Atlanta GA 30313 Conference ThemeChanging Research for a Changing World The Black Doctoral Network Conference will bring together both world renowned and emergent…
Oct.29.2016
The Hilton Garden Inn, ATLANTA, United States
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Mar.25.2016
03.20.2016
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In a series of famous studies, researchers found that kindergartners had no stereotypes at all. But by the second grade, they all had one standard image, and it was - a scientist wore a white lab coat and glasses. And he was always a white man. Isn't it about time to change that stereotype??  This …
Mar.20.2016
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