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STEM-In-Action Follow Up: Whiz Kids

As we enter into the last month before our National Judging and Educational Event, we are wrapping up the year for our STEM-In-Action grant winners. If you are just tuning in, the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) STEM-In-Action Grant awards eCYBERMISSION teams up to $5,000 to develop their projects into mature and scalable solutions in their community. Last year, 5 teams were lucky enough to receive this grant and, if you have been following along, we have been catching up with each of them to see how their projects have progressed. We have just one more to catch up with and today we are heading to the Midwest to catch up with the Whiz Kids!


Over the past year we have been working on a project that involves making concrete and using stamp sand as the fine aggregate. For this project, we tested multiple mixes with varying amounts of stamp sand and beach sand as the fine aggregate. We tested the compressive strength using a hydraulic load frame. While completing this …

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