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Time Warner Cable Digital TV subscribers can watch the latest installment of
It Ain’t Rocket Science on NY1 this Saturday at 6:30pm EST. Technology Reporter Adam Balkin is back to explore a variety of fun, stimulating STEM topics for kids and families alike. Balkin looks at the stars and beyond at a current hands-on exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. In addition, the episode will feature a sneak peek of
Wouldn’t It Be Cool If…, a new contest jointly presented by Time Warner Cable’s Connect a Million Minds and i.am FIRST, founded by will.i.am that challenges kids to dream up cool invention ideas powered by math and science.
Other segments in this month’s episode include:
Shazia Khan profiles 14 year-old whiz kid, Aidan Dwyer, who had solar energy technologists scratching their heads with his tree-like solar gathering model designed to more efficiently capture the rays of the sun.
Erin Billups explores the second-ever White House Science Fair, where President Obama highlighted science inventions and research from youth around the country, including students from Time Warner Cable markets Kansas City and Fort Worth.
Tara Lynn Wagner previews the annual FIRST Robotics competition. This year, more than 50,000 high school students from across the country will build basketball shooting robots in a new game called “Rebound Rumble”.
Marti Skold jumps into a virtual cities competition in Raleigh sponsored by the National Engineers Week foundation where students are thinking about the future of cities and their design.
Shazia Khan takes an inside look at Scientific American magazine’s program, “1,000 Scientists in 1,000 days,” which encourages STEM professionals to visit classrooms in order to better explain concepts and curriculums.
The latest episode of
It Ain’t Rocket Science will debut on NY1 on Saturday, February 25 at 6:30 PM EST with replays later that night at 9:30pm EST and Sunday at 6:30pm EST and 9:30pm EST. Following the telecasts,
It Ain’t Rocket Science will be available On Demand for Digital TV customers.
In addition, to view the first three episodes of
It Ain’t Rocket Science online, visit Connect a Million Minds at
About Connect a Million Minds
Time Warner Cable’s (TWC) Connect a Million Minds (CAMM) is a five-year, $100 million philanthropic initiative to address America’s declining proficiency in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), which puts our children at risk of not competing successfully in a global economy. Using its media assets, TWC creates awareness of the issue and inspires students to develop the STEM skills they need to become the problem solvers of tomorrow. Program highlights include: original PSAs that challenge public perceptions of STEM; a unique website,
www.connectamillionminds.com, where parents and community members can pledge to connect young people with the wonders of science; “The Connectory”, a one-of-a-kind online resource that makes it simple and easy for parents and students to find informal science and technology learning opportunities in their communities; grants to support non-profit organizations that bring stimulating, high-quality and affordable after-school STEM learning to students; TWC employees, over 47,000 strong, who volunteer their time at community events like science fairs and robotics competitions, and share their passion for engineering and technology with students at CAMM career days. TWC’s national CAMM partners are CSAS (Coalition for Science After School) and FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). Local TWC markets are activating CAMM across the country with community-specific programs and partnerships.
About Time Warner Cable
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www.twcmedia.comAbout NY1 News
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