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    By Dianne Anderson Growing scaffold-based human skin and other essential organs is nothing new in the world of biomedical engineering, but it never ceases to amaze the kids. For Anaya Blade, her sights are set on kids and students in engineering, letting them know that every field of research is fascinating, from healthcare to clinical ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Technologically speaking, math and other sciences are barreling toward making the wonders of almost anything on the big screen now appear within the realm of possibility – if only students can do the math. From his purview, Dr. Kagba Suaray of the Hesabu Circle sees how popular culture is spurring interest toward ...
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    By Dianne Anderson State school districts are in for big money, precisely $15.3 billion worth, which has local parents weighing in on how they would like to see the $435 million in COVID Relief dollars spent on their students. It should be easier to meet their needs now. San Bernardino City Unified School District school ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Gaming is not just child’s play anymore, but kids and teens are sure to have lots of summer fun with stuff they already love – drone flight, remote gadgets and interactive platforms. No shortage of entertainment and education through a six-week STEM camp (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). It runs the gamut ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Being Black in STEM fields usually adds up to a mere handful of students tough enough to suffer through the academic gauntlet alone, but there is strength in the Hesabu Circle. A team of dedicated math doctors has come together to heal the community. Dr. Kagba Suaray, a mathematics professor at Cal ...
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    By Lauren Victoria Burke NNPA Newswire Katherine Johnson, the legendary NASA physicist and mathematician whose work played a key role in the early successes of the U.S. space program, passed away at 101 years old on the morning of February 24 in Newport News, Va. Johnson played a pivotal role in helping the U.S. land ...
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    By Dianne Anderson A little nudge sometimes can have a big impact. When Dr. Fred Calhoun came on as Orange County NAACP branch president last February, one of his top goals was going after the thing he knew best — the educational system. Soon after taking his seat, he began sending notices to community colleges ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Kids from Riverside and San Bernardino schools will converge on Bourns Inc. headquarters in Riverside for a conference sure to spark their young inventive minds around cutting-edge technology. If there is any doubt about how much they crave technology, last year about 5,000 students were put on the waiting list to attend ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Tenacious businesswoman, loving grandmother, teacher and down to earth social justice advocate are a just few of the many endearing qualities to describe local tech diva, Cynthia Renee Frazier. Ms. Frazier passed away last week. Charmain Johnson reflects on 20 years of their friendship, the long intellectual conversations about the community, business ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Some of the world’s top coders today started as whiz kids working major miracles out of their garages with little more than dial-up internet on clunky first generation computers. Since then, powerful algorithms, artificial intelligence, and cool gadgets have evolved into great paying STEM fields, but where a lot of Black and ...