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The Gooru Corner: Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Beyond (Collection)
Did you know that the first electric vehicle was invented by Robert Anderson in 1832? EVs have certainly come a long way since then. This collection, created by Colorado State University for its Vehicle Electrification Education Program, will teach you everything you need to know about EVs.

The Gooru Corner: Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Beyond (Collection)

Did you know that the first electric vehicle was invented by Robert Anderson in 1832? EVs have certainly come a long way since then. This collection, created by Colorado State University for its Vehicle Electrification Education Program, will teach you everything you need to know about EVs.

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@FastCoExist: Meet The 14-Year-Old Girl Who Developed A Low-Cost Water Purification System. She won the 3M/Discovery Education Young Scientist Challenge!

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The Gooru Corner: Intro to Hybrid-Electric Vehicles (Interactive Resource)Hybrid-electric vehicles work by combining gasoline engines and electric motors for improved fuel economy. Check out this interactive resource by the U.S. Department of Energy to learn how hybrid-electric vehicles start, cruise, pass, brake and stop.

The Gooru Corner: Intro to Hybrid-Electric Vehicles (Interactive Resource)

Hybrid-electric vehicles work by combining gasoline engines and electric motors for improved fuel economy. Check out this interactive resource by the U.S. Department of Energy to learn how hybrid-electric vehicles start, cruise, pass, brake and stop.

The Gooru Corner: Intro to Hybrid-Electric Vehicles (Interactive Resource)Hybrid-electric vehicles work by combining gasoline engines and electric motors for improved fuel economy. Check out this interactive resource by the U.S. Department of Energy to learn how hybrid-electric vehicles start, cruise, pass, brake and stop.

The Gooru Corner: Intro to Hybrid-Electric Vehicles (Interactive Resource)

Hybrid-electric vehicles work by combining gasoline engines and electric motors for improved fuel economy. Check out this interactive resource by the U.S. Department of Energy to learn how hybrid-electric vehicles start, cruise, pass, brake and stop.

Who else is excited for new TV show @ExplorationN8n?! via Scientific American

My College Options® STEM Factoid of the Day (12/14)

African American student interest in STEM in South Carolina has been higher than the African American national average for the past ten years.

Data provided by My College Options®. For additional information, please contact Ed Doody (ed@nrccua.org)

The Gooru Corner: Adding Fractions Through Music (Friday’s Quiz)
This week, we learned that adding and subtracting musical notes is a fun way of learning how to work with fractions. Now it’s time to practice what you’ve learned with this quiz. Good luck!

The Gooru Corner: Adding Fractions Through Music (Friday’s Quiz)

This week, we learned that adding and subtracting musical notes is a fun way of learning how to work with fractions. Now it’s time to practice what you’ve learned with this quiz. Good luck!

My College Options® STEM Factoid of the Day (12/13)

Hispanic male STEM interest in Oklahoma has been increasing since 2010, and is significantly higher than the Hispanic male national average.

Data provided by My College Options®. For additional information, please contact Ed Doody (ed@nrccua.org).

The Gooru Corner: Adding Fractions Through Music (Wednesday’s Collection)
What do musical notes and fractions have in common? More than you might think, as it turns out. Study this collection to learn about the relationship between music and fractions.

The Gooru Corner: Adding Fractions Through Music (Wednesday’s Collection)

What do musical notes and fractions have in common? More than you might think, as it turns out. Study this collection to learn about the relationship between music and fractions.

My College Options® STEM Factoid of the Day (12/12)

Fourteen percent of students with STEM interest would like to participate in community service in college.

Data provided by My College Options®. For additional information, please contact Ed Doody (ed@nrccua.org).