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State hits jobs-producing work force milestone early

The state’s strategic plan, “Stronger by Degrees,” called on universities to produce at least 6,620 STEM+H degrees annually by the 2020-21 academic year.

Protesters mark Ark Encounter’s first year

Ark encounter in Williamstown has officially stayed afloat during its first year,  despite consistent protests.

Activists prepare to march for science

Some activists in Lexington are hoping for sun, not showers on Saturday. They plan to join people across the country then in a march for science. The marchers say their goal is two-fold.

Fayette County Students Impress at 33rd Annual Science Fair

Saturday almost 700 students gathered at Bryan Station High School to take part in the 33rd annual Kentucky American Water Science Fair.

Science in Play2GO – Woodford Public Library

The Science in Play2Go exhibit is getting more cool things added to it this morning, including roller coasters and a Science Depot where kids can do hands-on experiments.

$10 million gift to boost science education at UK

The University of Kentucky says undergraduate science education on its campus will get a boost from a $10 million gift.

Berea College holds groundbreaking for new science/health building

Berea College officials broke ground Thursday afternoon for a new $72 million building to house the natural sciences and nursing departments.

Women Live Longer in Green spaces

Studies show that women have a lower mortality rate when surrounded by greenery

Science Hill police chief suspended following indictment

Science Hill Police Chief Robbie Gossett has been suspended from his position following a state indictment against him.

New ag education unit heads to eastern Kentucky next year

A new mobile activity center that will educate students about agriculture will be on the road to eastern Kentucky after the first of the year.

Teachers learn computer science program

Forty teachers took a week out of their summer break to participate in the "Project Lead the Way" program.

Senate OKs bill to bolster computer science in schools

A bill aimed at carving out a bigger role for computer programming in Kentucky's public schools has won approval from the state Senate.

Fire Hits Funeral Home in Pulaski Co.

Crews in Science Hill got an unusual call Sunday night as they responded to a funeral home that had caught on fire.

Update: Flooded EKU Building to Reopen Monday

Officials at Eastern Kentucky University have reported the Moore Science Building is closed until Monday due to flooding.

Governor Sets New Education Standards for Science

Governor Beshear overrides a legislative review panel's vote over what will be taught in science classes next year.

Children Travel From Hong Kong For ‘Camp Invention’

Students have come from halfway around the world to be in Richmond. Specifically, kids from Hong Kong are here for 'Camp Invention' at Model Laboratory School on EKU's campus.

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