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Geniverse dragons have landed

The world of Geniverse is now open and freely available to the public. Start with Geniversity, the official website designed to support our growing community of dedicated teachers.

Next-Generation Molecular Workbench

Molecular Workbench

Thanks to Google's generosity and the power of HTML5, we're bringing Molecular Workbench to Web browsers everywhere.

High-Adventure Science

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New curriculum uses models and real-world data to help middle and high school students explore current unanswered research questions in earth and space science.

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News from the Concord Consortium

  • Design Computing Cognition '16

    Data Science Education Technology Conference

    You're invited to join us at our debut Data Science Education Technology Conference. This groundbreaking event in the emerging field of data science education will be held February 15-17, 2017, at the beautiful Brower Center in Berkeley, California. Space is limited at this free conference, so register now to guarantee a spot. Learn more »

  • Charles Xie

    Infrared Street
    View Wins
    JUMP Competition

    Congratulations to Charles Xie for winning the national JUMP Competition sponsored by CLEAResult and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory! We can’t wait for his Infrared Street View to start improving the world. Learn more »

  • CLEAResult Energy Forum

    Energy Forum

    The National Renewable Energy Laboratory and CLEAResult launched a Call for Innovation to solicit new ideas for saving energy in homes based on smartphone technologies. Charles Xie and his team proposed to develop a smartphone app that can be used to create an infrared version of Google's Street View. We're delighted to announce that the proposal has been selected as a finalist, and Charles will present at the CLEAResult Energy Forum in Austin, TX.
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  • NSTA STEM Forum & Expo

    Forum & Expo

    At the 2016 NSTA STEM Forum & Expo in Denver, CO, Carolyn Staudt explained how pre-kindergarten and kindergarten children can learn science and engineering practices through technology. She also discussed an exciting free online modeling app that gives anyone the ability to explore their local watershed. View presentation details »

  • Carolyn Staudt

    Building Learning Communities 2016

    On July 22 Carolyn Staudt presented at the Building Learning Communities conference in Boston. Carolyn shared the free Graph Literacy app for middle school students to identify important features of graphs and relate those features to the context of the graphs, plus the free Model My Watershed app with which students can visualize the impact of human action on their local watersheds.
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