Learn With Mochi gives kids the basics of computer programming in a playful, hands-on way. Continue reading This Awesome STEM Toy Teaches Coding for Kids Without Using Screens
CYBERCRIMINALS, LIKE VIRUSES, adapt to their environment. Since the coronavirus pandemic began, cybersecurity complaints to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center have quadrupled.
Daleele Alison likes to help others stop wasting time doing tasks that don’t provide direct value to their clients. Continue reading Taking on Diversity in Tech with Daleele Alison
By Amelia Hopkins
An MBA is a huge investment, and for what it’s costing you, you want to get as much as possible out of the course. Continue reading Top Tips for Making the Most of Your MBA
By Diane McClelland, Dr. Angelina Dayton, Dr. Tom Furness III, Deborah Todd
The metaverse is opening doors for more and more people to work and play in virtual worlds. And within this parallel digital universe, we’re already starting to see virtual reality mirror actual reality in more ways than one—most notably with a lack of equality. Continue reading To the Metaverse and Beyond: Access to STEAM Crosses the Digital Divide
In late September, Space-X Crew, the fifth crewed operational NASA Commercial Crew flight of a Crew Dragon spacecraft, and the eighth overall crewed orbital flight launched into the cosmos and traveled to the space station. But Continue reading First Native American Woman in Space Leads Mission to the Stars
Almost 50 years ago, in June 1972, attendees at the First National Conference on Minority Participation in Earth Sciences and Mineral Engineering [Gillette and Gillette, 1972] held one of the first formal discussions on the lack of diversity in the geosciences. Continue reading Raising Our Voices for Diversity in the Geosciences
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
An Indiana teenager, Felix Zhang, has achieved something no other student in the world achieved this spring: a perfect score on the Advanced Placement Calculus AB exam. The story will amaze you. Continue reading Felix Zhang ‘only student on the globe to ever ace the AP Calculus exam
By Ashley Strickland
When astronaut Scott Kelly spent nearly a year in space, his heart shrank despite the fact that he worked out six days a week over his 340-day stay, according to a new study.