The Future Isn’t Far, And It’s Drivers Out Of Cars!

Posted on March 18, 2024

By: AEOP Membership Council Member Karthik Kumar Since my early childhood, automobiles have never ceased to fascinate me. From sports cars to trucks, I once had a collection of hundreds of toy cars that I found great pride in. See More


Recycle, Reuse, Rethink: Confronting the E-Waste Challenge

Posted on March 18, 2024

By: AEOP Membership Council Member Ethan Zhou Do you have an old phone, tablet, or another unused device collecting dust in your home? I definitely fall into this category. When electronics become unusable and need disposal, they become a form of electronic waste (e-waste). See More


Stem Cells

Posted on March 18, 2024

By: AEOP Membership Council Member Spoorthy Reddy In recent years, stem cell therapy has become a “buzzword” and a subject of advanced scientific research. However, this particular term is still shrouded in mystery to the general public. See More


Stretching Your Limits: The Importance of Stretching

Posted on March 18, 2024

By: AEOP Membership Council Member Cora Moore Whether it’s lacrosse, basketball, or soccer, I always keep my body moving. There is nothing I love more than lacing up my cleats to get a few shots on the goal keeper or tying up my sneakers to get a few miles under my legs. See More


Inspiring Tomorrow’s Innovators: Kierra McInnis’ Path to Empowering Youth

Posted on March 11, 2024

Meet Kierra McInnis, an outreach specialist for AEOP Internships and Fellowships, whose passion for connecting with youth is clear. Read on to find out how her STEM journey didn’t lead her to a research lab, like she had planned, but rather to engaging with students across the country! When did you first get involved with […] See More


Welcome our 2024 AEOP Membership Council

Posted on February 13, 2024

The AEOP team is thrilled to announce the 2024 AEOP Membership Council! See More

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