Below you will find archives for all of the STEM activities articles we’ve published in IEEE Spark. Activities include DIY projects and experiments you can do at home to explore different STEM fields, like building your own speaker, exploring nanoparticles with sugar, and more!
One of the concerns of engineers working to develop smart car technology is making cars as energy-efficient as possible. In this activity, you’ll design a model car two different ways, using everyday office materials. Then you’ll test them out to compare their energy efficiency.
The IEEE Computer Society hosts a series of “Rock Star” events, highlighting new technology and presenting a panel of some of the major figures in the featured field.
Since 1963, the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) has been working to advance medicine and biology through the application of engineering sciences and technology.
The IEEE has numerous organizations, publications, and conferences that help to support research and development in the field of animation technology.
Every movie, TV show, or YouTube video you’ve ever seen works by creating the illusion of movement using a series of still images. Even the most advanced movie works using the same principle as the earliest moving image devices. Two of these devices are thaumatropes and flipbooks.Read More