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Kansas City Young Audiences and KC STEM Alliance have come together to harness the power of the arts in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) learning. See what we’ve discovered so far in this video produced by KCPT. https://youtu.be/f6DSRtiDOg8 ...

Find out about the 2015 FIRST LEGO League season kickoff, ecosySTEMS KC's visit to Washington, D.C and more news of STEM initiatives across the metro in this month’s newsletter. Read more....

More than 40 Kansas City-area high school girls got hands on with sawing, drilling and stitching to learn how engineering and orthopedic surgery relate during a Perry Outreach Program on Oct. 3 at MCC Penn Valley Health Science Institute. Read more....

Washington, D.C. (September 1, 2015) –The STEM Funders Network (SFN) announced today that Kansas City’s ecosySTEM KC is one of the 27 communities selected to pilot the national STEM Ecosystems Initiative. This project, built on over a decade of research into successful STEM collaborations seeks to nurture and...

Last week 22 middle and high girls attended our all girls app camp at the KC Engineering Zone. They learned real-world coding skills and put their ideas to the test by creating Android platform phone apps. The week culminated with the girls presenting their work...

KANSAS CITY, Mo. —A big push is happening to get more women into the male-dominated fields of science and technology, and a camp going on in Kansas City this weekend hopes to foster interest at an early age. The KC Engineering Zone is an app camp...

A North Kansas City STEM student has won the opportunity to compete in the Reach for the Stars National Rocket Competition this October in Huntsville, Alabama. Emily Schmidtlein, who participated in North Kansas City's summer STEM camp, won the opportunity to celebrate her win at US Space...

Twenty-two girls from seventh grade to high school seniors learned how to make mobile applications last week at KC Power Source’s Girls App Camp. The camp was presented by KC STEM Alliance and hosted by the KC Engineering Zone at the University of Missouri-Kansas City...