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The STEM industry is responsible for just about everything that we face in our daily lives, and it forever propels us into the future. There are many notable inventors and scientists in the world and many that everybody can spout off by the name. However, there is a lot that some people may not know, namely STEM icons in the African American community. So, in light of the growing need for the Black Lives Matter movement, we’ve decided to share with you a few of those black icons.


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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, are a huge part of what we do here at City Labs, and while they are still only just now beginning to be used in mass quantities, they have already taken huge strides and broken into industries that weren’t expected. Let’s talk about what drones are and how we in the STEM industry can use them.

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Helpful tips to successfully work from home and enjoy it...


1. Give yourself routine

Create a hoffice (home office). Make sure you’re at the desk by a set time. Continue getting up early. Organize your day according to how you think you’ll feel if you complete a certain set of challenges and let your measure of success revolve around tasks, not time.


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I can't connect...Now what?

If the router has been connected to the internet and worked in the past, confirm the signal from your internet service provider (ISP) is not the problem.

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Home School Basics


Many of us had our first opportunity to start virtual learning earlier this year. This left many of us unsure of how to structure our days for success, as a parent. We all want to be active early on to make sure your student adopts good habits to succeed in online learning. With the right routines established, you’ll know it’s working when your elementary, middle or high school student is working more and more independently.

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Notebook and Fountain Pen
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Research Paper: Analysis of the size of the ghetto of Charlotte, NC

The purpose of this research project is twofold: the first objective is to determine whether the size of the ghetto tracts for the city of Charlotte, NC has changed over the course of 50 years from 1960 to 2010. The second objective is to determine whether there has been a change in the socioeconomic inequality between the ghetto tracts and the surrounding area.

STEM Cooking

Did you know that the kitchen is the perfect place to do STEM activities with your children? You can make learning fun by exploring everyday items found in your kitchen. These fun activities will help you and your children discover science, technology, engineering, and math in your very own kitchen!

Teaching Matter with Root Beer floats!

This is your blog post. Great looking images make your blog posts more visually compelling for your audience, so choose media that really wows. Adding fun and compelling videos is another great way to engage your audience and keep them coming back for more. Want to spice up your post with a gallery? It’s never been easier to customize your content and captivate your readers.

Women and STEM

Lisa Gelobter is a name often overlooked when discussing tech pioneers. The Howard educated, computer science guru is accredited for a number of technologies that make the use of computers and communication more efficient.

Who Shrunk My Eggs?

Shrinking eggs is almost like osmosis.

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