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BrainSTEM University

Inspiring students to find their passion in STEM

We prepare students to succeed in STEM

Our K-12 STEM plan is a research-based approach to preparing students for careers in STEM.

We Make Learning Rewarding

We keep students motivated to learn STEM. Use our platform to earn Brain Cycles (points) for STEM courses, projects and videos.

We Celebrate Community

Smart kids find their tribe at BrainSTEM. We are an inclusive community of students that aren’t afraid to admit they love math and science.

We keep track of all your wins

Join BrainSTEM University to build a portfolio of STEM projects you can use to build your college resume.

For Parents

Create a free BrainSTEM account for your student. Enroll in BrainSTEM University to access STEM courses and games. 

For Schools

Use our platform to add STEM during or after school. Access our library of STEM courses, projects and games.

For Community Partners

Incentivize students in your community to learn STEM.

Jefferson County Public Schools
Metro United Way
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Let us build a STEM program for your students

Our team is made of experts in computer science, engineering and digital media. We work with all major STEM toy and robot brands, making us a comprehensive solution for all things STEM. Choose from our current course offerings, or let us design courses specifically for your students. 

Our Team

Our team reflects the students we teach.

We celebrate diversity at every level of our company, and our values are evident in our classes. We understand the racial, gender and socioeconomic gaps in STEM education. We recruit top talent from diverse backgrounds to share their passion for STEM and encourage students from all walks of life to love STEM as well.

Ricky Mason


Irune Capri


David Miller

CPO, Creative Director

Gayle Rosenkranz


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Gravity magnetism stem activity

Defy Gravity with Magnets STEM Activity

Fun Facts Most metals such as copper, silver, aluminium, platinum, magnesium and gold are not magnetic. Gravity makes waves that move at light speed. When you throw a ball, the force of your throw moves it forwards, the force of gravity pulls it down and the force of...
Holiday Candle Stick STEM activity

Holiday Stick Candle Electricity STEM Activity

Fun Facts You can make a battery out of potatoes; it’s not strong enough to power an LED flashlight though. Gold is used in electronics. It has low resistance, but is very expensive. Gold is used to coat the contact of the processor in computers to make them corrosion...
constellation cup stem activity demonstration

Constellation Cup STEM Activity

Fun Facts There are 9,096 stars visible to the naked eye in the entire sky. The only star in our solar system is the sun. When you look at a star (or any object in space) you are seeing how it looked in the past. The more massive a star, the shorter its lifespan....
making friends in the metaverse

Forming Friendships and Developing Digital Skills Through BrainSTEM Metaversity

After two long years of being stuck at home, you’re desperate to get your kids off video games.  And let’s face it, you can’t waste another minute or their brain cells might actually start dying off one by one like you’ve been threatening they would this entire time....

Touchable Bubble

How can I make bubbles that don't pop? To make bubbles that don't pop, add dish soap and sugar to your bubble solution. Adding glycerin to the water and dish detergent helps make the bubbles last by slowing down how quickly the bubbles dry out. Sugar also makes the...
A young boy and young girl stir a mixture using wooden spoons

STEM at Home: DIY Bath Bomb

STEM at Home: DIY Bath Bomb What if you could use chemistry to create a bath-time treat that incorporated both fizzing bubbles and soothing salts? Well you can! This activity is easy and fun for all ages. Keep reading to learn how to make your own bath bombs. Key...

STEM Experiment Little Detective

STEM Experiment: Little Detective Ever wonder how detectives find people’s fingerprints at a crime scene? With some simple supplies and techniques, you can have fun with dusting for fingerprints. Key Concepts Dactyloscopy Latent fingerprints What you'll need A glass...
Make a dam

Make a Dam

Make a dam using materials you already have at home. Try this at-home STEM activity with your little ones! What is a dam? Around 2950-2750 B.C, the ancient Egyptians built the first known dam to exist. A dam is a barrier that stops or restricts the flow of surface...
parachute engineering challenge

Parachute Engineering Challenge

Take the parachute engineering challenge! A parachute works by forcing air into the front of it and creating a structured wing under which the canopy pilot can fly. Materials One plastic grocery bag Scissors String Ruler One small figurine (such as plastic army...
epsom salt crystals

STEM at Home: Epsom Salt Crystals

STEM at Home is a series by BrainSTEM to encourage families to do fun experiments and learn from the world around them. This week, we’re learning how to make epsom salt crystals.