Empowering Young Scientists: Laura Stary and the eCYBERMISSION Journey

Posted on September 26, 2023

Laura Stary, a seasoned middle school science educator and former nurse, hails from Texas. She specializes not only in teaching physical science, life science, and earth science, but also in creating national champions. Laura’s journey into the world of eCYBERMISSION showcases her passion for nurturing young scientific minds through scientific experimentation and teamwork alike. We […] See More


From Circuits to Compassion: A Look Inside AEOP’s Unite Summer Programs

Posted on September 14, 2023

High schoolers across the country spent their summer gaining hands-on STEM experience at higher education institutions through AEOP’s Unite program. Unite encourages students to pursue college majors and careers in engineering and other STEM-related fields through a program of rigorous academics, enrichment and career exploration.  See More


Science Teacher to Science Communicator: Experiencing AEOP’s RESET Program

Posted on August 1, 2023

AEOP’s Research Experiences for STEM Educators and Teachers (RESET) program provides teachers with summer research experiences and enhanced content knowledge at participating U.S. Army Laboratories and Centers. See More


The 21st Annual eCYBERMISSION National Judging & Educational Event was a Celebration of Student STEM Achievement

Posted on July 19, 2023

Congratulations to the participants and winners of this year’s AEOP eCYBERMISSION competition! Out of more than 2,000 participating eCYBERMISSION teams, the top 20 – the five Regional Winners from grades six through nine – gathered in Hunt Valley, Maryland See More


Ready, set, race! The 2023 Junior Solar Sprint teams sped to the finish line during this year’s national competition.

Posted on July 18, 2023

Earlier this month, Junior Solar Sprint (JSS) teams from across the country gathered in Louisville, Kentucky, during the 2023 National Technology Student Association (TSA) Conference to prove that they built the most creative and speedy solar-powered car. See More


Why the Color of Hydrogen Matters

Posted on July 18, 2023

By: AEOP Membership Council Member Ethan Zhou There is a wide spectrum of colors of hydrogen, ranging from gray to pink. Now, you are probably thinking: “Wait a minute! Hydrogen is colorless, right?”  See More

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