Young MacDonald’s Farm: AI-AI-Oh

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Whether growing corn on the plains of Nebraska or wheat in the mountains of southeastern Turkey, Mother Nature’s seemingly unpredictable temperament has forced farmers to find innovative ways of better understanding soil moisture, rainfall, and crop health throughout the ages.”[2] Children have been singing about Old MacDonald and his farm for the last century. A lot has changed on the farm over those 100 or so years.

Time to Reimagine STEM Education from Bottom to Top

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Through programming, students of all ages can learn algorithmic thinking and, through such thinking, learn STEM and other creative disciplines while preparing for careers in essentially all industries that innovate through software realization of essential elements of their products and services.” 5] University of Nebraska-Lincoln, “ Lesson learned?

Why Branch Put Down Roots in Minneapolis


Beyond Minnesota, the Midwest has a strong network of first-class engineering programs known for producing innovation and talent that has propelled technology including the University of Wisconsin, University of Illinois, Northwestern, University of Michigan, and Purdue University.