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The Power of a Raspberry Pi
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With the help of a Raspberry Pi computer, Leonardo Chavez taught himself how to code. These new coding skills enabled him to secure a position as a Phenotyping Technician at the Danforth Center, where he continues to collaborate with fellow team members and scientists to build equipment using low-cost hardware using Raspberry Pi computers.
The Power of a Raspberry Pi , If you were to walk into the Danforth Center hungry for a raspberry pie, you might be disappointed with what you are served (depending who you are). Raspberry Pi’s, , practical projects. People across the world make incredible things with Raspberry Pi computers, researchers often use Raspberry Pi computers in their labs. Danforth Center Principal Investigator Dr. Malia Gehan's lab uses Raspberry Pi computers in her growth chambers to take photos of plants every hour
Celebrating Makers at the St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam
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The Danforth Center’s Maker Group hosted its first community event, St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam, from 1 P.M. - 5 P.M. Nearly 400 people ages 5 – 70 attended the event.

Celebrating Makers at the St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam, On Saturday, January, 31, the Danforth Center’s Maker Group hosted its first community event, St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam, from 1 P.M. - 5 P.M., demonstrations and activities displayed by STL Raspberry Pi Meetup group, Arch Reactor, Zagros Robotics. The Danforth Center Maker’s Group demonstrated how they have used Raspberry Pi microcomputers, the Raspberry Pi Foundation to engage local educators in the St. Louis region to develop an educational
Creating STEM Opportunities with Raspberry Pi Computers
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Malia Gehan, PhD and Principal Investigator, is creating STEM education opportunities at our Raspberry Pi Jam to help more kids share her passion for science. 
Creating STEM Opportunities with Raspberry Pi Computers, Malia Gehan, PhD and Principal, program by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. She, along with colleagues, applied on behalf of the Danforth Center and were awarded funding. Since then, our Raspberry Pi Jam has nearly tripled in size. “I look, with and they don’t have to be scared of breaking it. Raspberry Pi computers are so versatile that Malia even, -destructively,” explains Malia. On Feb. 1 you can see our Raspberry Pi computers in action at our
Hands on Activities, Robots, Art, Technology at the Raspberry Pi Jam
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Join the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s Maker Group to learn, create and build at the second Raspberry Pi Jam on Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 1PM – 5PM.
Hands on Activities, Robots, Art, Technology at the Raspberry Pi Jam, Join the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s Maker Group to learn, create and build at the second Raspberry Pi Jam, with Raspberry Pi microcomputers, circuits, soldering metal with supervision and many more DIY, people ages 5 – 70 explored the first Raspberry Pi Jam at the Danforth Center. Guests participated in interactive demonstrations and activities displayed by STL Raspberry Pi Meetup group, Arch
(Techli) Raspberry Pi Foundation Awards Grant to Danforth’s Maker Group
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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s Maker Group has received a grant to engage local educators in the St. Louis region to develop an educational package that introduces students to electronics, plant science and computing.
(Techli) Raspberry Pi Foundation Awards Grant to Danforth’s Maker Group, The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s Maker Group has received a one year, $13,195 grant from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, the Danforth Center Maker Group’s first community event, St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam, to be held on Saturday, and educators and will include demonstrations and activities to explore the use of Raspberry Pi microcomputers, for Raspberry Pi-based kits that promote the integration of computing in STEM fields through
Danforth Center's Maker Group Receives Support from Raspberry Pi Foundation
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Grant will support local STEM outreach
Danforth Center's Maker Group Receives Support from Raspberry Pi Foundation, ST. LOUIS, MO, , $13,195 grant from the Raspberry Pi Foundation to engage local educators in the St. Louis region, Raspberry Pi Jam, to be held on Saturday, January 31, 2015 from 1 P.M. - 5 P.M. The event, to explore the use of Raspberry Pi microcomputers to construct low-cost hardware and software engineering, in computing and plant science to develop lessons for Raspberry Pi-based kits that promote the integration
Record crowd explore scientific innovation and robotics at the St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam
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The free interactive event offered hands-on STEM activities for all ages 
Record crowd explore scientific innovation and robotics at the St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam , On Saturday, January 27, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center hosted its fourth St. Louis Raspberry, ages interested in the world of scientific innovation and robotics. The $35 Raspberry Pi microcomputer, to embrace using Raspberry Pi and other open-source hardware to interact and discover the natural world, Robotics, STEMPact, St. Louis Student Robotics Association, St. Louis Raspberry Pi Meetup Group, Inventor
(FOX 2 Now) Learn About 'Raspberry Pie' Technology
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How do raspberries and computers go together?
(FOX 2 Now) Learn About 'Raspberry Pie' Technology, How do raspberries and computers go together? If you attend the Raspberry Pi Jam this weekend at the Danforth Plant Science Center, you’ll learn about exploring the use of Raspberry Pi microcomputers to construct low-cost hardware and software engineering tools. The event is Saturday, January 31 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. It’s a free event, but you do have to register., (Collection), (Collection)
Danforth Center's Maker Group Hosts Free STEM Event
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Join the Danforth Center's Maker Group on Saturday, October 3 from 1 P.M. – 5 P.M. for the second Raspberry Pi Jam! This free event is open to all ages, families, engineers, science and robot enthusiasts, and educators.
Science Center’s Maker Group will host their second St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam, an interactive, Group cofounder, Malia Gehan, Ph.D. “The grant from the Raspberry Pi Foundation assists our goal, . Guests participated in interactive demonstrations and activities displayed by STL Raspberry Pi Meetup, to a one year, $13,195 grant from the Raspberry Pi Foundation to engage local educators in the St. Louis, , demonstrations and activities by local makers and robotic groups will showcase and explore the use of Raspberry
The Maker Group
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The Maker Group 2020 Raspberry Pi Jam - FREE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE NOW VIA EVENTBRITE, the full size poster in PDF format Link to safeguarding resources provided by the Raspberry Pi Foundation: https://rpf.io/safeguarding The Power of a Raspberry Pi Tuesday, January 22, 2019With the help of a Raspberry Pi computer, Leonardo Chavez taught himself how, equipment using low-cost hardware using Raspberry Pi computers. Record crowd