AEOP All-Star Katie Culbert Receives State Recognition for Her Work with Bees

Posted on January 6, 2023

Many of you may know Katie Culbert as the winner of the 2020 AEOP Alumni Challenge or as the host of AEOP’s Profiles in STEM series or as the third place Life Science poster winner at 2022 National JSHS to name a few. To say the least, Katie is an AEOP All-Star.  See More

 

Stay Connected and Grow Your STEM Career with AEOP Membership Council

Posted on January 5, 2023

Gabriel Acuff loved AEOP’s Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science (GEMS) program so much, he participated in it three times! In GEMS, he was more than a student, he was a “lab technician in training,” able to ask questions and experiment. See More

 

AlphaTensor: Machine Learning Used to Accelerate Machine Learning

Posted on December 13, 2022

By: AEOP Membership Council Members Iishaan Inabathini and Samina Mondal Deepmind, a company known for its breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, recently released its findings on the creation of AlphaTesnor, a deep reinforcement learning method for finding “novel, efficient, and provably correct” algorithms for matrix multiplication. See More

 

Game Changer: EV Battery Charges Electric Cars in Only 10-Minutes

Posted on December 13, 2022

By: AEOP Membership Council Member Katie Culbert Scientists have discovered a novel way to charge an electric car’s battery up to 90 percent in just 10 minutes, opening the door for the rapid adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). See More

 

Ceramics! – What creates the basis for our daily objects?

Posted on December 13, 2022

By: AEOP Membership Council Members Harrish Ganesh, Aleesha Bhatti and Spoorthy Reddy We’re surrounded every day by monetary items, distinct collectibles, and necessary pieces, and most of these objects are often what we handle with most care. See More

 

Webb Telescope Captures Spectacular “Star-Packed” Pillars of Creation

Posted on December 13, 2022

By: AEOP Membership Council Members Prarthana Prashanth, Gabriel Acuff and Katie Culbert The James Webb Space Telescope, NASA’s successor to the Hubble telescope, has captured, in a striking medley of color, the incredible “Pillars of Creation.” See More

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