Wind turbines tend to appear smaller when observed from a far distance. But their blades are much bigger than they appear. The world's largest wind turbine blade is currently 107 meters (approximately 351 feet) which is equal to 1.4 times the length of a Boeing 747 airplane according to GE Reports. 💡💡
The first black woman to earn a PhD in physics at Florida State University is Dr Kalisa Villafana. She's from Trinidad and Tobago! She is now a part of the small group of black women with PhD's in physics in the United States.
"Guyana will soon become a testing ground for mobile application companies, as STEMGuyana in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Telecommunications, will soon launch a global mobile app testing service.
According to a release from STEMGuyana, this global testing application would include services in market research and analysis, focus group research, User Interface and functionality testing and local product launches. And this service will seek to target app development companies in the United States of America (USA), the United Kingdom (UK) and Canada."
"According to the release, STEMGuyana intends to employ youth from its national network of STEM club trainers in its app testing service. “This is just one way we intend to bring employment to young people across Guyana,” Abrams related, and disclosed: “When we pitched the idea to Minister Hughes, she immediately embraced it and offered to help make this vehicle for technology employment available to youth across Guyana.”
Calling all young activists, innovators, entrepreneurs, and change-makers who are committed to combating climate change. This is your chance to attend the historic UN Youth Climate Summit in New York on Saturday, September 21. The UN is offering over 100 Green Tickets funding young people, especially those from developing countries, to participate in the Summit. Click the link for more information.
Press release UN Opens Applications for Youth Climate Summit in New York, Announces “Green Tickets” to Recognize Young People Driving Climate Action New York, 1 July — Starting today, young people from around the world are formally invited to apply to participate in the United Nations Youth Cl...
Stefan Moss was born in Grand Bahama in the Bahamas and grew up in New Providence. He is a published international environmental scientist, a professor, and an award-winning artist with a record label which specialises in urban genres with community building, social justice and environmental themes. His success in both careers, the arts and science, exemplifies the possibilities of exploring one’s passion for the arts and STEM. Stefan has come up with unique ways of blending the two careers over the years and continues to inspire the future generation of leaders, scientists, music producers, and artists.
Inside an eco-friendly music studio in Atlanta, Georgia you can find Stefan “The Scientist” Moss concocting rich musical sounds and writing songs when he’s not teaching environmental science at Georgia State University. Stefan started his journey in music as a … Meet Bahamian international s...