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The 2014 and 2015 X-STEM Extreme STEM Symposiums - presented by MedImmune - featured interactive presentations and workshops by an exclusive group of visionaries who aimed to empower and inspire elementary through high school students about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Bring these STEM role models into your classroom with this collection of 15-20 minute videos featuring 2015 and 2014 X-STEM presenters covering a wide array of subject areas including space exploration, storm chasing, oceanography, the science of social networks, the physics of superheroes, mathematical puzzles and much, much more!  Filter the videos by subject matter, age group and/or speaker name to find the videos that fit your lesson plans.
To learn more about the upcoming 2016 X-STEM Symposium, click here for information.
Note: If your school site blocks Vimeo, you can download the videos ahead of time directly from the Festival’s Vimeo page
The video tags narrow down the presentation topics.

Award-winning children's science book author of more than 300 books, Seymour Simon, takes you on a trip from earth to infinity using his books as a guide.

Former NASA Astronaut Dr. Tom Jones shares his experiences in space and offers tips for future explorers.

Hollywood stunt scientist Steve Wolf takes you into his world of lighting people on fire, crashing cars, throwing people off roofs and blowing up buildings for a living.

Skeptic Magazine founder and debunker Michael Shermer examines good science vs. plain nonsense as he searches for natural explanations to natural phenomenon.

Jack Andraka, teen cancer researcher and Intel International Science and Engineering Fair winner, was on a quest to change cancer diagnostics and create a test to detect the disease at an early stage.

Knot theorist and mathematician Colin Adams talks about knots, what the mathematical theory of knots really is and how it relates to everyday life.

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