BIEN, a motion design studio based in Los Angeles, has created a three-part animated series for The Getty Museum. “2-Minute Time Machine” was created to attract middle school students from diverse backgrounds to the museum. Continue reading BIEN Creates Short, Inclusive Animated Video Series for The Getty Museum to Attract Younger Visitors
The International Space Station, with a mass of more than 900,000 pounds and spanning an area as large as a football field, is not designed to do back flips like an Olympic gymnast. Continue reading It Was His Day Off. Then the Space Station Went for a Spin.
By Chris Smith, BGR
Forget Google Search and Fuchsia. Researchers from Google, Stanford, Princeton, and other universities might have made a computer discovery so big we can’t fully comprehend it yet. Even Google researchers aren’t entirely sure that their time crystal discovery is valid. Continue reading Google’s time crystal discovery is so big, we can’t fully comprehend it
By CATHY FOLEY, PRAJVAL SHASTRI AND SARAH MADDISON, The Wire
All around the world, there is an extreme gender imbalance in physics, in both academia and industry. Continue reading We Must Include More Women in Physics – It Would Help the Whole of Humanity
By Tawanah Reeves-Ligon
According to the most recent analyses conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics since the COVID-19 outbreak, projected growth for many STEM/STEAM occupations in the United States is expected to further increase as the country’s needs continue to shift. Continue reading America’s Educated, Experienced, Invisible Workforce
Like all industries, manufacturing is currently impacted by the global pandemic and recovery. But it’s also in the midst of a long-term shift. Continue reading Long Term Trends in Manufacturing Jobs
You may have heard that employers are interested in hiring people with good “soft skills.” But what exactly are good soft skills? Continue reading Is a Lack of Soft Skills Keeping You from Opportunity?
MNT spoke with Dr. Nada Elbuluk, a dermatologist specializing in skin of color, about education, trust, and the underrepresentation of People of Color in research. Continue reading Visual representation of darker skin is key
By George Dvorsky, Gizmodo
Ancient rocks from northwestern Canada have been found to contain structures consistent with sea sponges. At 890 million years old, they could be the oldest known animal fossils on Earth. Continue reading Animals Emerged 350 Million Years Earlier Than Previously Thought, Fossil Discovery Suggests
By Rebecca Boyle, New York Times
Dave Scott was not about to pass by an interesting rock without stopping. It was July 31, 1971, and he and Jim Irwin, his fellow Apollo 15 astronaut, were the first people to drive on the moon. Continue reading 50 Years Ago, NASA Put a Car on the Moon