The Caribbean

Meet Bahamian international scientist, Stefan Moss, who’s also an award-winning artist

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 …

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This philanthropic organization, led by Guyanese, is commercializing cutting-edge research projects in Guyana

The benefits of research and new ideas in the Caribbean include the start of businesses that can diversify economies and create more job opportunities, especially in STEM. Groundbreaking endeavours are some of the exciting advancements taking place in Guyana today. …

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Aspiring mechanical engineer explains why he chose to pursue a degree in math first

Anyone considering pursuing an engineering degree would most likely be advised to appreciate math to a large extent.  The foundation of engineering involves math and requires many applications of mathematical theories, from pre-calculus to partial ordinary differential equations, for some engineering …

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This Caribbean country is first in the region to participate in internationally recognized competition on the human brain

Have you ever wondered how we remember events like our first day in secondary school or the first time we visited another Caribbean island? Or do you contemplate on the fact that we can feel, see, hear, taste, and smell? …

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A look at the fastest growing STEM education program in the Caribbean for young students

In recent times it’s been predicted that coding will be one of the most critical skills in the future. Technology is growing continuously, and more processes are becoming automated, replacing human power. However, humans are the ones who write the …

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