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No steering wheel, no pedals, no problem Continue reading This adorable driverless bus will soon be making stops at the University of Michigan
Just as with books and TV shows, app developers are recognizing their youngest users come from many backgrounds — and they’re building apps to reflect a diversity of race, family and ability. Continue reading These kids apps highlight diversity
The film Dream Big: Engineering Our World gives insight to the capabilities and creative imagination of the many unsung heroes in engineering
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Orai will coach you to add fewer filler words, speak clearly, and at a good pace. It helped its young inventors pitch their way to funding. Continue reading Learn How To Love Talking In Public (And Stop Saying “Um” And “Like”) With This New App
Today’s Google Doodle commemorates Baker’s 66th birthday — and the flag that made him famous. Continue reading Gilbert Baker created the LGBTQ Pride rainbow flag. Here’s what his creation stood for.
There were a lot of happy faces in the crowd of workers that watched the first massive steel truss being raised into place high above the new Milwaukee Bucks arena last week. Continue reading 24-year-old engineer adds $524 million Bucks arena to her impressive resume
Design Influence – Pottery of the Hopi Tribe of the American Southwest Continue reading PENDLETON® introduces the 2017 American Indian College Fund Blanket in partnership with creative agency Wieden+Kennedy
A new beginning for a Fairfax County girl who has just received a new prosthetic arm that was designed and 3-D printed by George Mason University college students. Continue reading GMU students make 3D printed prosthetic arm for violinist