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Inspire STEM Education  | Hitachi High-Tech in America

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Inspire STEM Education is transforming the ways of imparting education and exploring the true potential of the students all over the globe. Our learning labs are giving students a peek of science that leaves a unique mark on their lives, thus inspiring them to be tomorrow’s inventors. We don’t limit ourselves to the classrooms; rather, we believe that the whole world is a huge classroom. Our program is making news wherever we go!

 

Inspire STEM Education is transforming the ways of imparting education and exploring the true potential of the students all over the globe. Our learning labs are giving students a peek of science that leaves a unique mark on their lives, thus inspiring them to be tomorrow’s inventors. We don’t limit ourselves to the classrooms; rather, we believe that the whole world is a huge classroom. Our program is making news wherever we go!

 

Hitachi Ltd. Publishes Case Study on STEM Education Outreach Program!

Hitachi Ltd. has recently published an in-depth Case Study investigating the state of STEM education in the US and the impact the Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc. STEM Education Outreach Program has had thus far on students and educators alike. Please access the link below to read all about this exciting study!

Zoomed-In Education

Penn Laird Students Use the TM3000 in conjunction with Cub Run Elementary students to discover the microscopy world!

Merritt College provided hands-on learning at their 2013 Summer Camp for students of all ages.

Please see the flyer attached which explains the program that Merritt College personnel implemented to stimulate learning in their community.

Japan America Society of Southern California- 104th Anniversary Dinner and Gala

Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc.was recognized for the involvement with the California Academy of Sciences and the STEM Education Outreach Program featuring the the TM3000.

Victoria University Claims World’s Most Powerful Microscope

A seven tonne, 4.5m tall Scanning Transmission Electron Holography Microscopy (STEHM), built by Hitachi High Technologies Canada, at the University of Victoria, Canada, is claimed to be the world's highest resolution microscope.

University of Cincinnati “Makes It Happen” with the TM3000

Staff writer Desire Bennett summarizes the outreach program Dr. Melodie Fickenscher has coordinated for students on the campus of University of Cincinnati.

Hitachi High-Tech is working to inspire a new generation of achievement in science education.

In loaning out its tabletop microscopes Hitachi High-Tech is tackling the problem of waning interest in science education.

Hitachi VP-SEM Aquired by Saint Vincent College for Student Research

A Hitachi Variable Pressure Scanning Electron Microscope has been acquired by the Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Computing at Saint Vincent College as a donation from HTA for student research in the instrument laboratory.

Hitachi’s Commitment

Hitachi’s Commitment

Our mission is to inspire, develop and attract the next generation of innovative pioneers through the advancement of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics that is essential to deliver innovative solutions for our future.

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