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DIY Science at Home: Instant Art w/ Cabbage and Lemon Juice

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Got a purple cabbage, construction paper and a lemon? Then you have a fun DIY #STEM experiment to try at home with your future scientists! For more inspiration, visit our scientists this Saturday at the Philadelphia Science Carnival #GetNerdyPhl 

Amgen Scholars Alumni Careers: Working at a Small Liberal Arts School

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Finishing up graduate school and looking for that first job? It’s only natural to set your sights on a postdoctoral research position, ideally at a large research institution. But, if you have a passion for teaching, you might consider an alternative: a career at a small liberal arts institution where you can still host your own research program, albeit at a smaller scale.

Announcing Xploration Station's #StudentAstronaut Contest, Giving STEM Students the Chance to Train like an Astronaut

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Philadelphia, PA, April 1, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Xploration Station, the country’s only E/I broadcast destination dedicated exclusively to STEM programming for teens and their families, announced the return of its #StudentAstronaut contest today.

Our People in Focus: “Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists”

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A spotlight from GSK's 2015 Responsible Business Supplement:

By 2020, the UK alone will need 1 million new scientists and engineers to solve future challenges, including some of the biggest health challenges of tomorrow. As a research-led healthcare company, GSK is playing a leading role in inspiring young people to get into science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) as well as providing a range of career opportunities.

National Geographic Channel's Upcoming Series Highlight the Power of Storytelling to Change the World

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On March 15, 21st Century Fox's National Geographic Channel unveiled its slate of new shows for the 2016-2017 season, with each series delivering on the channel's commitment to premium content from the world's best storytellers.

Bristol-Myers Squibb Studying Impact of Cancer Survivorship

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Bristol-Myers Squibb is committed to studying the impact on survivorship throughout the continuum of cancer care with the goal improving communication between patients and their care teams about quality of survival in cancer.

Research on the survivorship concept shows us that this is a growing concern, but there is a lack of a standardized definition and appropriate measures to evaluate the quality of survivorship, resulting in a new need for and focus on care beyond diagnosis and treatment.

Apply to be an Amgen Scholar at Washington University in St. Louis

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Washington University in St. Louis

PROGRAM DATES
May 30 - August 5, 2016

APPLICATION DEADLINE
February 1, 2016

Apply to be an Amgen Scholar

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