Stem

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Timeline

January 2018

Stem raises a $80,000,000 series D round from Activate Capital.

December 2, 2013

Stem raises a $15,000,000 series B round from Iberdrola and GE Ventures.

April 11, 2012

Stem raises a $10,200,000 series A round.

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Abi Olukeye
May 28, 2020
AmericanInno
Just a few months ago, a completely digital lifestyle seemed at least one generation away. The Covid-19 pandemic has made that future a reality much sooner than we are prepared for, leaving the global economy scrambling to figure out how to thrive in it. Consequently, the demand for professionals that work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) continues to outpace the general labor market, far surpassing our ability to fill these jobs with existing pipelines. Female underrepresentation in STEM fields contributes significantly to the shortage in STEM talent in the United States, which is projected to translate into a $454 billion loss in economic output for manufacturing alone by 2028. To develop any meaningful solutions to the STEM gender gap, it is important to get to the root cause of why STEM outcomes are different between male and female learners. While many studies have been published highlighting several sociocultural and contextual factors that impact STEM
BioSpace
May 28, 2020
BioSpace
The online learning program combines lab simulations and mentoring experiences focused on biotechnology and neurological diseases, such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis Four hundred students from Massachusetts and North Carolina are enrolling in this no-fee program that also provides students with computers and other technology resources The initiative builds upon Biogen's Community Lab, which has enrolled more than 55,000 students to date, and the Lemelso
Nick Greenhalgh
May 19, 2020
AmericanInno
When Boulder startup The Hopper folded, Junkyard Social Club stepped up to fill the STEM playground void.
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
May 13, 2020
Mail Online
Scientists from the University of Buffalo in New York say they have been able to produce millions of mature human cells in a mouse embryo in just 17 days.
Alyssa Sharpe
April 30, 2020
AmericanInno
More than ever, we need to support our girls and women in STEM to solve the world's greatest challenges such as climate change, world health issues and artificial intelligence.
Kevin Cummings
May 8, 2020
AmericanInno
Over the course of a year, nearly 24,000 teams, 1 million primary, secondary and university students across the globe tinkered away at robotics designs, competing in regional and state tournaments to see whose bot could stack the most cubes or place the most objects in a bucket. The excitement grew as the competition narrowed into the lead-up to the Robotics Education & Competition (REC) Foundation's VEX Robotics World Championship. However, by then, the novel coronavirus had begun spreading, forcing teams to stay home. Dan Mantz, CEO at REC Foundation (Photo via REC Foundation). "Devastating is not too strong of a word," Dan Mantz, CEO at REC Foundation, told NTX Inno. "It really put us in a tough place because we knew how disappointed the students were going to be, how hard they worked. But at the end of the day, the health of the students and the health of the volunteers was most important so we knew we would need to cancel." However, like many businesses during the current
Nathan Furr
April 15, 2020
Harvard Business Review
How to get past the crippling anxiety, even when things seem hopeless.
April 2, 2020
WebWire
Mastercard extended access to its signature STEM curriculum, Girls4TechTM, through a suite of new online, creative educational resources. The program has been designed to help parents and teachers engage and inspire kids, ages 8-12. Through the newly launched website Girls4Tech Connect, as well as through activities made in collaboration with our education partner Scholastic, teachers and parents can download lessons to help students learn about STEM topics, from the comfort of their hom...
Pooja Jain-Link and Julia Taylor Kennedy
March 22, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
Programs aimed at making workplaces more inclusive are showing signs of working
Danielle Graham
March 10, 2020
BetaKit
Danielle Graham of Dream Maker Ventures spent the week leading up to International Women's Day travelling Ontario, where's what she learned about women in tech.
Ainissa G. Ramirez
March 2, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
Students must be trained to assess the social impacts of innovation
Anthony Ha
February 27, 2020
TechCrunch
Stem, a startup that helps independent musicians get paid, is expanding with a new financing program called Scale. Co-founder and CEO Milana Rabkin Lewis described the company's core offering as a way for collaborators to "memorialize the split" of the proceeds from a song -- once they've uploaded a track, Scale can automatically handle splitting [...]
New Scientist
February 26, 2020
New Scientist
The annual New Scientist/SRG salary survey shows that science careers remained hugely satisfying despite the economic turmoil of 2019
Roxanne Hughes
February 11, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
A NASA-themed toy designed to inspire girls in science can inadvertently play into damaging stereotypes
Anna Hazlett
February 2, 2020
SpaceWatch.Global
2020 is expected to be a landmark year for Virgin Orbit as its LauncherOne rocket will have its maiden launch from the Cosmic Girl modified Boeing 747...
D. Balasubramanian
January 25, 2020
The Hindu
Masculine culture, insufficient early exposure to science play a role
Latoya Peterson, Stephanie Dinkins
January 16, 2020
Wired
The city is rich in opportunity for African Americans, who are largely underrepresented in the industry. It's also poised to become a hotbed for AI innovation.
December 26, 2019
WebWire
AFL presented $35K+ in community grants to nine organizations in the Upstate of South Carolina. Made possible by AFL's Community Outreach Program, the organizations' programs align with AFL's focus areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education and social services outreach. Five organizations were new applicants, five focused on STEM and four focused on social services programs. Recipients of the winter grant cycle include: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Upstate /STEAM...
Walter Thompson
December 17, 2019
TechCrunch
It's predicted the tech industry won't near gender equality until closer to 2025, but progress is happening.
Natasha Lomas
December 16, 2019
TechCrunch
London-based STEM device maker Kano has confirmed it's cutting a number of jobs which it claims is part of a restructuring effort to shift focus to "educational computing". The job cuts -- from 65 to 50 staff -- were reported earlier by The Telegraph. Kano founder Alex Stein confirmed in a call with TechCrunch that [...]
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