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For This STEM Student in Kazakhstan, Clean Energy from the Moon Isn't Sci-Fi

To the layperson, using a laser to beam energy from the moon to earth sounds like science fiction.

What Communities in Kazakhstan Can Learn from Robot Battles

Gathered for English & STEM Fest, hundreds of members of the Atyrau community had fun exchanging ideas, creating, and learning new skills.

The Adventure of STEM Education in Chile

For many students, classes related to science, technology, engineering, and math—the so-called STEM fields—can be intimidating. Stereotypes persist that you either have what it takes to succeed in these subjects, or you don’t. Period. Oscar Contreras-Villarroel grew up with a passion for science and believes most young people would feel as he does—that is, if it were taught differently.

Proving Technical Training Isn't Just for Men

This post was written by a young woman who participated in the first phase of our EquipYouth initiative, through which we've been working to connect young people around the world with critical technical and life skills training.