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While ranches and farm animals may seem more suited to a child’s picture book, Discovering Farmland’s recent Virtual Field Trip showcased the innovative science and technology that make agriculture far more than child’s play.

Students in England and Wales connected last week with an unusual cultural institution: the International Space Station.

A Big Apple nonprofit landed millions of dollars this summer to train teachers to give lessons in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math).

CERN, the European Center for Nuclear Science is a  research organization that operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world. Back in 2011 they started their popular program that allows artists from around the world to apply for their residency program. "We believe that particle physics and the arts are inextricably linked: both are ways to explore our existence – what it is to be human and our place in the universe," explained the program's director, Ariane Koek, at the time.

Girls Who Code, a national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology, is now recruiting for the 2015 Summer Immersion Program. The organization encourages high school girls currently in 10th and 11th grade to apply, regardless of prior experience or exposure to computer science. All they look for is a passion for technology and a desire to learn!