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Boston Scientific steps up its involvement in STEM education

The Boston business Journal – Don Seiffert

“The company recently formed its first-ever STEM Council to bring together various efforts to encourage learning among kids about science, technology, engineering and math. And in the past couple years, those efforts have resulted in millions of dollars donated and the benefit hundreds of kids, many of them around the company‚Äôs Marlborough headquarters. David Bee, vice president of development processes at Boston Scientific, says the company has long been involved in FIRST Robotics, an effort founded 26 years ago by inventor Dean Kamen to encourage STEM education in kids first through building with Legos, then later through building actual robots that compete against one another.”(more)

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