Streaming Science brings the science directly to you.
What do scientists do? Where do they work? What is scientific inquiry?
Scientists find solutions to problems that affect your everyday life.
Meet real-world scientists. Learn about STEM careers and research. Watch our online videos, listen to our podcasts, and engage in electronic field trips. All Streaming Science educational materials are produced by students majoring and minoring in agricultural and science communication college degree programs throughout the country. We invite you to use Streaming Science at home, in school, for clubs, and more!
Streaming Science is a college student-driven project-based learning science literacy program. The mission of Streaming Science is to introduce public audiences, especially middle and high school students and teachers, to real-world scientists and critical agricultural and environmental research through multiple interactive communication platforms. Through a series of courses and experiences students are developing videos, podcasts, and live interactive electronic field trips with iPad multimedia backpack communication kits. We invite you to watch our videos, listen to our podcasts, and engage with science topics that impact your everyday life!
Dr. Jamie Loizzo is the founder of Streaming Science. Loizzo is an Assistant Professor of Agricultural Communication at the University of Florida.
Streaming Science is housed and facilitated in the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Department of Agricultural Education and Communication.
The project was founded at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agricultural Leadership Education and Communication.
We invite other higher education institutions, organizations, PK-12 schools, science communication students, and scientists to join and contribute to the platform.