STE(A)M Questions Contest

Ever wonder how clouds form? Or how planes fly? And why are ants so strong? Everyone is curious about something! Questions lead to innovation and discovery, and we think students should never stop asking them. That’s why we want YOU to send us questions of your own. The Lowcountry STEM Collaborative and two Mad Scientists will be accepting creatively displayed questions that relate to science, technology, engineering and/or math. Love to draw, sing, dance, or act? We love it too! Submit your question in the most creative way possible and our Mad Scientists, Javii G. and T.B., will pick 3 and conduct experiments LIVE at the 2016 STEM Festival! We accept group submissions and individual submissions either online or at the mailing address below. The submission deadline has been extended to close of business on Friday, January 29th 2016!

And keep checking our website to see if Javii G. and T.B. have conducted an experiment to answer YOUR question!

Please include your name, age, grade, and school with your submission.
Video submissions should be no longer than 3 minutes long.
Visual submissions can be photographed or mailed to:

ATTN: STEM Fest Question
Lowcountry STEM Collaborative
0 Pulaski St., Suite 300
Goose Creek, SC 29445

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How Does Magnetism Work?

In this experiment Javii G. and TB explain and demonstrate magnetism. Special thanks to Cambridge Science Festival for the sample question. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsHb4C4Kcbs

How Does A Chemical Reaction Work?

In this experiment Javii G. and TB explain and demonstrate a chemical reaction. Special thanks to Cambridge Science Festival for the sample question. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03rsY3kiPMw 

How Does A Volcano Work?

In this experiment Javii G. and TB explain and demonstrate a volcano. Special thanks to Cambridge Science Festival for the sample question. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUVgigWqgHA

How Does Sound Work?

In this experiment Javii G. and TB explain and demonstrate sound. Special thanks to Cambridge Science Festival for the sample question. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1qKw8WktQo

STE(A)M Question Submission Form