My Passion For Science is dedicated to parents, teachers and professionals helping kids discover the fascinating world of science.


Creating Passion for Science

“My Passion for Science” was founded when a group of colleagues met one day at a coffee house and shared stories about how they ended up with careers in science.   Each one has a unique journey, yet they all agreed it was a love for science that was the common theme throughout.   The colleagues realized the importance of nurturing a child’s interest in science at an early age.  “My Passion For Science” was created to instill young minds with a curiosity about the world around them, while learning and having fun.


Dr. May Li , PhD, Founder  Read more

Dr. Amy Loriaux, PhD   Read more

Dr. Nupur Srivastava, PhD   Read more

Ileana Marquette   Read more

Thinh Nguyen, M.S. Read more

Dr. Sarika Pathak Sharma, PhD  Read more

Sekhar Konuru, MS  Read more

Dr. Herlinda Tin Jordan, PsyD  Read more

Karan Rao, MS Read more



Our programs include hands-on activities that are fun, exciting, and allow kids to relate to science as part of their everyday lives.

Our blog articles feature:

Fascinating Facts About Science
Latest Trends in STEM
Spotlight On Inspiring Scientists
STEM TOY Reviews

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Robo Dog and Other Robotic Toys

People have been fascinated with robot toys for many years. Before the age of electronics, they were called automatons. Automatons were mechanical devices with gears, cogs, levers, and springs. Just like some of our clocks and toys today they needed to be wound up in order to work.

What is the Internet of Things?

“The internet of things, or IoT, is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers ( UIDs ) and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.” In other words, we’re going to connect everything and anything …


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