STEM Everyday #209 | My Grandpa, STEM, & the Moon Buggy | feat. Gene "Herb" Clark STEM Everyday

How long has STEM been around?In this interview, Chris talks with his grandpa Gene “Herb” Clark, who was born on Christmas day in 1925. He graduated high school at the age of sixteen. While in the Navy, Gene studied radio communications and helped send and receive important information during World War II. He later worked for a company that made control cables, including the ones used on the first moon buggy on the Apollo 15 mission! So what did STEM look like in Gene’s day? And why should you have your kids interview someone in their lives?Chris Woods is the host of the STEM Everyday Podcast… Connect with him:dailystem.comtwitterinstagramyoutubeGet Chris's book Daily STEM on AmazonSupport the show (
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