Sunday, November 28, 2010

Making Science Make Sense® For 15 Years

Hands-on science learning.  Bayer has been helping promote science literacy and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) through its Making Science Make Sense® program for 15 Years.  In fact, in some form, Bayer has been helping schools, parents, and kids learn science for over 40 years.

Bayer MaterialScience technicians visited The Works in Newark, Ohio for STEM Industry Day in March 2010.  My three youngest kids had a memorable visit and "made science" that day.  They still remember that day fully eight months later.

Bayer's plant in Hebron is memorable too.  Along the 79|Seventy Advanced Materials Corridor, Bayer's plastics resin plant has been a fixture in Licking County for over 30 years.  Just a few years back, they opened a new product development center where their customers can bring a product design with them in the morning and leave that evening with a prototype and the first polybag of resin to make their product.

That's making science that makes sense.

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