Bob Barboza and his teams of student backpack journalists will interview some of the top future scientists and engineers from around the world. We are on a mission to simulate an Occupy Mars colony simulation here on Earth. We will use the uninhabited island of Santa Luzia, Cape Verde as our science laboratory. Our students will be studying STEM, STEAM and STEAM++ (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, mathematics, computer languages and foreign languages) topics.
We invite you to listen to some of the top students from around the world. If you have a slow computer, be sure to allow enough time for the audio podcast to load.
Some of the most talented students in the world are gathered in Los Angeles, California this week. Kids Talk Radio is on a special assignment covering students from Russia and Kuwait. In addition, we are looking for other students and teachers to join our Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Programs. Our goal is to produce an International STEM, STEAM and STEAM ++ conference in the country of Cape Verde.
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Celebrates Next-Generation Innovators
The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, is the world's largest high school science research competition. Through a global network of local, regional and national science fairs, millions of students around the world are encouraged and empowered to explore their passion for developing new innovations that will positively impact the way we work and live. Each May, a group of these students in selected as finalists and offered the opportunity to compete for more than US $5 million in awards and scholarships.
The Science & Engineering Team From Egypt
The Green Dot Charter School Interview Team
It takes a well coordinated team to have an Intel Science And Engineering Fair
Alexey & Anastasha, Russian Federation
The Intel Fair Tool Department
Young Women in Science & Engineering
Meet the Science and Engineering Team from Egypt
Intel Fair Los Angeles
The Top High School Students in the world are in Los Angeles. Meet Julienne.
Nadine is conducting important research in Saudi Arabia.
Some of the top science and engineering students are meeting in Los Angeles
Science Students from Japan
Our dream is for students like these to join us on the Occupy Mars Learning Adventure Projects
Meet two of the top science and engineering students from Thailand.
Meet Alon from New Jersey.
Kids Talk Radio International STEM, STEAM and STEAM++ News
Kids Talk Radio International STEM, STEAM and STEAM++ News Pakistan
Kids Talk Radio International Science News
Kids Talk Radio covers the news at the Intel Science and Engineering Expo.
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2014
Los Angeles will be the host city for approximately 1,700 young scientists, engineers, next-gneration entrepreneurs and makers from around the world. Participants are gathering from May 11-16 for the final competition. They were selected from 435 affiliate fairs in more than 70 countries, regions and territories. Kids Talk Radio will cover the news before, during and after this event.
Intel Ingernational Science & Engineering Fair
Students are being interviewed for Kids Talk Radio South Korea locsted in Los Angeles
International Students in Los Angeles for Intel Science and Engineering Fair
Bob Barboza and Kids Talk Radio interview the top science and engineering students from the country of Georgia.
Kids Talk Radio Science Interviews
International young women talking science and engineering
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The U.S. Global Development LAB
Kids Talk Radio had an opportunity to meet with Courtney Matson, Program Manager, Team Lead Research & Innovation Fellowships for the US. Global Development Lab headquartered in Washington, DC. This is a photo of one of the teams that is collaborating on helping countries around the world. This organization is focused on attracting great minds to places of great opportunity. Students have opportunities to spend their summer, semester, or year overseas helping solve development challenges through scientific, technological and innovative research. We will be talking to some of these students about helping Super School K12 International University, The Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project, and the Kids Talk Radio Occupy Mars Learning Adventures.
Meet the Judges: Intel Science and Engineering Fair
Meet the Judges from Africa
Helping gifted and talented students
Intel Ingernational Science & Engineering Fair
Intel Fair Finalists
All finalists are selected by an affiliated, local competition and receive an all-expense-paid trip to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. At the competition, finalists are judged by hundreds of science, engineering and industry professionals who have a Ph.D. or equivalent (6 years of related professional experience) in one of the scientific disciplines listed below.
Finalists' projects tackle topics ranging from new cancer treatments to technological innovations to interactive robots. Projects represent a wide range of scientific disciplines and are judged in the following 17 categories:
Animal Sciences, Behavioral & Social Sciences, Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth & Planetary Science, Energy & Transportation, Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical, Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering, Environmental Management, Environmental Science, Mathematical Sciences, Medicine & Health, Microbiology, Physics & Autonomy and Plant Sciences.
The Kids Talk Radio Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Project are interviewing several students to join our international community of students to work on the Cabo Verde Tenth Island and Occupy Mars Projects. This is all part of the Super School K12 School of the Future Projects.