New Episode Available TODAY!
New Episode Available TODAY!

X-STEM All Access Episode "Do the Climate Rock"!

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All New X-STEM All Access Episode Coming Soon!

Join Jay Flores, Global STEM Ambassador and American Ninja Warrior, for an exciting look at all things sharks with husband and wife shark researching team and Discovery Shark Week hosts, Lauren & Joe Romeiro.
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Check out Strangest Things (Season 2)! 

Our world is filled with mysterious objects. Agamemnon's Death Mask, the Standard of Ur, a felt hat made of human teeth: these are artifacts surrounded by questions and wonder that have captivated us – sometimes for thousands of years. But what if we could unravel their secrets and lay their truths bare?
Tune In Here!

Developers, start your engines!

Developers of all skill levels can get hands-on with machine learning through a cloud based 3D racing simulator, fully autonomous 1/18th scale race car driven by reinforcement learning, and a global racing league.
Learn More Here

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hear from Erin Winick Anthony!

Erin Winick Anthony is passionate about showing the creativity of science! She tells the stories of the research conducted aboard the International Space Station as a science communications specialist for NASA contractor Barrios Technologies. Erin has told those science stories through:
Writing and editing feature stories for
Leading the 2022 ISS Benefits for Humanity project
Managing station science social media including pioneering Instagram Reels for @ISS
Organizing science communications around commercial resupply launches to stations.
And more!

Before working at Johnson Space Center, she got her B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Florida, ran a 3D printing science jewelry company, and worked as a journalist at MIT Technology Review.

On the side she is also a freelance science communicator, STEM TikToker, and science fashionista with a closet full of space inspired clothing.

Check out this exciting video series that Erin helped produce for NASA!

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