By: Matt Rutherford On: July 26, 2015 In: Education, STEM Education Comments: 4

8th Grade STEM Students Response to “Sailing a Nearly Frozen Sea”

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By: Matt Rutherford On: June 20, 2014 In: Education, STEM Education Comments: 2

As we head Northwest every day that we trawl our samples increase in the amount of plastic micro-debris. The other day I amused myself for a few hours and I played a game trying to catch all the floating trash that went past the boat, with a large net...

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By: Matt Rutherford On: June 20, 2014 In: Education, STEM Education Comments: 1

STEM Students Elijah and Sarah learned about plastics that turn into an igneous rock found on some Hawaiian Beaches.  They found an interesting article about the topic and want to share what the learned below.

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By: Matt Rutherford On: June 11, 2014 In: Education, STEM Education Comments: 0

It is day 47 and Matt and I are starting to think about what food we crave the most. We both agree a nice salad and fruit would be refreshing but then Matt changes his mind to a dozen BBQ chicken wings and I decide nachos would be tasty...

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By: Matt Rutherford On: June 11, 2014 In: Education Comments: 1

Old Mill Middle School Student Blog — Pollutants and more..

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By: Matt Rutherford On: June 2, 2014 In: Education, STEM Education Comments: 2

Angry birds, is not just an amusing game APP on your smartphone but an everyday observation I have made on all 38 days sailing across the Pacific. The birds I referring to are alive and soar around the Sakura not on an electronic device. Maybe these birds are more...

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By: Matt Rutherford On: June 2, 2014 In: Education, STEM Education Comments: 0

The sixth grade STEM science class has been researching plastic. They have found some shocking things that are happening despite the fact that plastic materials are used very often in our daily lives. When you take showers in the morning, did you realize that your shower curtain is made of...

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By: Matt Rutherford On: April 18, 2014 In: Education, STEM Education Comments: 0

  April 18th 2014: Hi, Maryland Old Mill Middle School Students! Have you ever had the opportunity to be a part of an Ocean Research Team? I am Nicole Trenholm an ocean scientist and I will be out to sea, out of sight of land, very busy collecting samples...

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