Students showcase work in major NYC STEM initiative

06/6/2014 | Daily News (New York)

More than 100 students from 29 schools recently displayed real-world science experiments in an event highlighting New York City's new push for science, technology, engineering and math. The inaugural STEM Matters NYC Research Symposium at the Brooklyn Museum featured projects ranging from local water quality analysis to measurement of the effect of music on classmates' moods. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced plans last month to invest $670 million in tech at city schools over the next five years.

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