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.
By Taylor Kubota
Although women are graduating with science degrees in increasing numbers, their representation diminishes by the time they reach more senior levels.
Commercial UAV Expo has been announced as an official filming location for a multi-part documentary produced through a partnership with Women and Drones and documentary film company Monumental Access. Continue reading Women and Drones Documentary Filming Onsite at Commercial UAV Expo
By Sakeina Syed, The Globe, and Mail
Prior to this summer, Patricia Kennedy had never been to the Northwest Territories. But for the past five weeks, she’s been living in Norman Wells, NWT, teaching STEM to youth. Continue reading Helping girls see STEM careers in a different light
By Zachy Hennessey, The Jerusalem Post
“Let’s start by establishing that hi-tech is really the best place for women,” began Dorit Dor, Chief Product Officer for Check Point, during a panel at Tuesday night’s first inaugural Women’s Entrepreneurship Summit from The Jerusalem Post and WE (Women’s Entrepreneurship). During the event, executives from throughout the hi-tech industry gathered to share their knowledge and experience with female entrepreneurs across the country. Continue reading Lack of women in hi-tech is a ‘vicious issue’ that must be solved – Female execs.
By Jackie Wattles, CNN
A rocket built by Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin carried its fifth group of passengers to the edge of space, including the first-ever Mexican-born woman to make such a journey. Continue reading At 17, she was her family’s breadwinner on a McDonald’s salary. Now she’s gone into space
By Denver Sean, Love B Scott
The film, which is scheduled to open on Nov. 23, will follow three generations of a family of explorers and take viewers “to a place of infinite mystery unlike anything you’ve ever seen,” according to a trailer released by the studio earlier this month. Continue reading Disney’s ‘Strange World’ to Feature First Gay Teen Romance in Animated Feature Film
By Christopher Reardon, PC Mag
When you think of futurism, you probably don’t think of the payroll company ADP—but that’s where Giselle Mota works as the company’s principal consultant on the “future of work.” Continue reading Disability Inclusion Is Coming Soon to the Metaverse
By Brady Rhoades
Mayim Bialik, best known as the current host of Jeopardy! and as Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler in the smash series The Big Bang Theory, is an honest-to-goodness Renaissance woman. Continue reading Mayim Bialik: Going Full STEAM Ahead