Dr. Evan Zahn is a pediatric interventional cardiologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center working on the hearts of the hospital's tiniest patients. But when COVID-19 hit and many pediatric surgeries were put on hold, he started using his fine-tuned skills as a member of the COVID Line Team.
STEAM: Meet A Pediatric Interventional CardiologistDr. Evan Zahn is a pediatric interventional cardiologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center working on the hearts of the hospital's tiniest patients. But when COVID-19 hit and many pediatric surgeries were put on hold, he started using his fine-tuned skills as a member of the COVID Line Team.
STEAM: Meet A Vaccine ResearcherDr. Heidi Contreras is a vaccine researcher at City of Hope in Duarte. She said her job relies most on science and math.
STEAM : EsportsEsports is a full-blown sport with hundreds of colleges now offering competitive programs! For some, gaming is a hobby. For others, it will be their career.
STEAM: Meet A Maritime Traffic Control ManagerCaptain Patrick Baranic is the general manager for the Marine Exchange of Southern California. He says his job relies heavily on science, technology and math.
STEAM: Meet A Transport Respiratory TherapistMonique Steffani is a transport respiratory therapist — dividing her time between ambulances, planes and helicopters to help keep pediatric patients breathing. She said keeping her young patients alive during transport relies heavily on her science background.
STEAM: Meet An Event Production DesignerRyan Patterson is a production designer at Experiential Supply — the company behind the the WonderLAnd drive-thru experience. He said creating the festive display relies on technology, art and math.
STEAM: Meet The Teen Art Prodigy Who Got The Attention Of Kamala HarrisMeet Tyler Gordon, a teen and speed-painter who has gotten attention for his artistic talents from near and far. Chris Holmstrom reports.
STEAM: How A Dynamic Duo Built A She-Shed EmpireFrom writing to building tool sheds customized for women to relax, it's time for this week's STEAM profile. Our focus today: Engineering and art. CBS2’s Amy Johnson introduces us to a dynamic duo who've built a "she-shed" empire.
STEAM: Meet A Saxophone MakerRheuben Allen of Torrance in the repairer-in-chief for musician Kenny G's saxophones. He says he mainly uses art and engineering when designing saxophones.
STEAM: Meet An Exotic Snake BreederJay Brewer owns The Reptile Zoo in Fountain Valley. He says maintaining the zoo uses science and math.
STEAM: Meet A Bonsai CuratorTed Matson is a bonsai curator at Huntington Library. He says maintaining bonsai trees uses science, technology, art and math.
STEAM: Meet Creator Of Haunt'oween LAJasen Smith, the chief executive of Experiential Supply Co., used technology, art and math to transform a deserted mall parking lot into a one-of-a-kind Halloween experience.
STEAM: Meet An AerodynamicistDavid Bogue comes up with the shapes that help planes go far and fast - but with a small carbon footprint.
STEAM: IMT University Fall ShowdownSponsored by SoCal Toyota
STEAM: Meet A Radiology TechnicianFind out how this Atwater Village man turned his childhood broken ankle into a career, using both math and science!
STEAM: Meet A Riverside Man Who Runs One Of The Country's Largest Plastic Recycling PlantsMechanical Engineer an Operations Manager at CarbonLITE Recycling in Riverside, Michael Teslavich talks about the recycling process from start to finish
STEAM: Meet A Microbe PhotographerJames Weiss is co-creator of the YouTube series, Journey To The MocroCosmos
Carpenters Leverage Math, Engineering Heavily In Their TradeCorey Crockerham says he and his fellow carpenters often use the pythagorean theorem, an equation many students joke they'll never use beyond high school. Danielle Gersh reports.
Mask Maker Gets Scientific In Creating Protective, Stylish Face CoveringsJaye Eigler, the founder of Gotta Have Face, is working hard to design masks that are partially see-through, but still anti-bacterial and protective. Evelyn Taft reports.
What it Takes to be Urban Beekeeper in Los AngelesCarmen Atwater, who works for Alveole, uses both science and art in her work as an urban beekeeper in the Los Angeles area.
What's The Dentist Office Like During A Pandemic?Dental offices are taking many precautions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bee Biologist Can't Stop Buzzing About Her WorkLauren Ponisio puts science, technology and math to work in her study of bees. Danielle Gersh reports.
STEAM: Meet A Teacher Who Puts Math To Pop MusicDistance learning made a little more fun, thanks to Huzefa Kapadia, founder of Scalar Learning
Snake Wrangler Has Never Been Bit While Catching Rattlesnakes In SoCalBo Slyapich gives tips on when to walk outside to avoid snakes, and how to tell the difference between rattlesnakes and gopher snakes. Danielle Gersh reports.