STEAMworks puts the art in STEM

Over 50 exhibits were showcased at STEAMworks to engage and inspire students to pursue studies and careers in STEAM fields By Natalie Robbins | Published 3 hours ago | Updated 3 hours agoHave you ever wondered if the craters of Mars were accurate in the movie “The Martian” or how a solar-powered hot water heater works? At STEAMworks, these questions and more were only an exhibit away. Students interested in science, technology, engineering, art and math became immersed at the STEAMworks showcase. From education to research and development, the showcase highlighted the best of STEAM in Tucson on Thursday. STEAM is an altered version of traditional STEM programs, taking the more creative side of innovation into account. Vendors and UA-led clubs, researchers and companies showcased their contributions to the STEAM…


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