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Ainissa Ramirez @ainissaramirez

Ainissa G. Ramirez, Ph.D., is dedicated to making science fun for people of all ages. She is the author of the TED Book 'Save Our Science' based on her TED talk on improving science education. She is also the co-author of 'Newton's Football' (Random House), which shows the stealthy science behind the game. Before all of this, she was a popular engineering professor at Yale University for ten years. She received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in materials science and engineering and holds several patents, one of which was awarded MIT's Top 100 Young Innovators award.

Areas of Interest: 
STEM education

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Posted blog Encouraging the Einstein and Edison in Everyone

2 months 6 days ago to Creativity

Posted blog 5 Reasons Why Origami Improves Students' Skills

4 months 2 days ago to STEM

Posted blog Quick, Draw a Scientist!

6 months 1 week ago to STEM

Posted discussion #DeflateGate, a Super Bowl STEM Lesson

7 months 5 days ago to STEM

Posted blog Is Lecturing Culturally Biased?

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Posted blog The Science of Fear

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Posted blog Our Tools Shape Us

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Posted blog Why Students Leave STEM

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Posted blog Bored? Good, You'll Be More Creative

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