It’s hard to believe that youngsters in the United States are not interested in STEM careers and, for the most part, aren’t boning up on the skills and knowledge it takes to get one. After all, their generation has been overwhelmingly immersed in high-tech games and entertainment, high-powered PCs, ever-shrinking cell phones, and a cornucopia of apps...
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