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Human/mechanical powered plasma: AME faculty/student researchers help create the future

Sep 04 2020

Low-temperature plasmas offer a world of promise for applications in medicine, water purification, agriculture, pollutant removal, nanomaterial synthesis, and more. Yet making plasmas by conventional methods takes several thousand volts of electricity, says David B. Go, the Rooney Family Collegiate Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. This limits their use outside of high-voltage ...

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NY High School Student Spearheads 3D-Printing Initiative to Get PPE to Hospitals

Apr 03 2020

A New York high school student was stuck at home, watching the news, after his school was forced to shut down due to the quick spread of the coronavirus. So he decided to put his free time to use and help bring protective gear to medical professionals. Jerry Orans, a sophomore at Mamaroneck High School […]

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STEM Learning Beyond the Classroom

Mar 10 2020

When the world is facing grand challenges of health, food, energy, and water, companies worldwide need engineers who can work collaboratively and solve problems. This is why introducing young students to STEM-related careers is critical as the demand for engineers in the future continues to grow. The Design Day Challenge, held recently at the Edison High […]

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Eden II students dance through the decades | In Class column

Dec 16 2019

  STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Students at Eden II Programs, which is a non-profit serving children and adults with autism, choreographed a dance recital last month. Thirty students from Eden II’s School Program performed on Nov. 19 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Stapleton. The theme of the performance was “Dancing through the Decades,” and was […]

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Engineering Conference

Dec 04 2019

More than 75 Catholic high school students from Staten Island participated in their first engineering conference at Borough Presidents Hall of Science at the Petridies Education Complex Nov. 22. Engineering Tomorrow introduces high school students to the engineering field with projects that illustrate practical applications for the math and science they study.    

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Bronx Catholic students attend Preston High School’s engineering conference

Nov 27 2019

More than 100 students from various Bronx Catholic school participated in an engineering conference at Preston High School on Friay, November 15. Students at the conference, who currently attend St. Barnabas High School, Academy of Mount St. Ursula, Maria Regina High School and St. Raymond High School for Boys, took part in two breakout sessions […]

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