"Curiosity Cube” Aims to Get More Kids Interested in STEM

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"Curiosity Cube” Aims to Get More Kids Interested in STEM

By Abbi Matheson
Photo courtesy of the Arlington Advocate

Photo courtesy of the Arlington Advocate

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The #CuriosityCube is making its way around Boston! See how @MilliporeSigma brought #STEM to Dallin Elementary: http://bit.ly/2ye7Cb5
Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 10:20am

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That shipping container behind the Cyrus E. Dallin Elementary school isn’t from the remnants of a local building project; it’s a moving science lab. The Curiosity Cube, created by life science company MilliporeSigma, features hands-on science experiments geared towards getting kids interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

The Cube is wrapping up a tour of the United States. It has stopped at 18 cities across the country. Before heading to Boston for a month of events around the city, the cube stopped in Arlington on Oct. 5.

Check out the full article on the Arlington Advocate.

Keywords: Education | Arlington Advocate | Corporate Social Responsibility | Curiosity Cube | MilliporeSigma | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Quality Education | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | STEM | Social Impact & Volunteering

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