A core part of our program is the STEAM Research students. They are placed in regional labs, working with top-notch scientists. Some of our best projects are truly interdisciplinary, in the proper STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) sense. Kimi is this kind of student. She is learning how to make a digital quilt! Kimi began by learning the math behind the intricate designs of quilts and made quilting panels (arts), then she moved on to flexible circuitry (technology). She will bring these ideas to together in her final high-tech quilting project. Read more about her work in her blog!