Developed by the National Security Agency (NSA), the Codebreaker Challenge offers students in US-based academic institutions the opportunity to develop their reverse-engineering / low-level code analysis skills while working on a realistic problem set in an NSA mission-centric scenario.
EiE, the award-winning curriculum division of the Museum of Science, Boston, develops research-based, classroom-tested programs that empower children to become lifelong STEM learners. Today’s children need to be problem solvers, critical thinkers, communicators, and collaborators—whether preparing for STEM-related careers or to contribute as world citizens. EiE’s preK–8 curricula encourage all children, including those from underrepresented groups, to envision a future in STEM.
Students can compete in NASA’s Artemis Student Challenges. The competitions, which are open to students from middle school to graduate school, challenge students to design and produce science and engineering experiments and technologies, many related to the Artemis missions.
The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute is holding a freeonline event for middle school and high school students and teachers on September 21, 2021. The interactive session, titled “Mathematics, the Key to a Hidden World,” will explore how mathematics helps us wonder at the world we live in.