IOScholarships (IOS), the first of its kind scholarship and financial education platform for minority STEM students recently announced the launch of its search engine website. The technology has been designed with a streamlined user-friendly interface that offers great functionality to help high school, undergraduate and graduate students find STEM scholarships. Continue reading IOScholarships Provides Free Access to STEM Scholarships
By Asha C. Gilbert, USA TODAY
Mammals will have to take a seat in history books after a group of international scientists discovered a flying reptile with the oldest recorded opposing pollex – commonly known as a thumb. Continue reading ‘Monkeydactyl’: Scientists discover Jurassic era flying reptile with oldest opposed thumbs
By CARNEGIE INSTITUTION FOR SCIENCE
Findings allow us to trace how minerals from the surface are drawn down into the mantle.
Diamonds that formed deep in the Earth’s mantle contain evidence of chemical reactions that occurred on the seafloor. Probing these gems can help geoscientists understand how material is exchanged between the planet’s surface and its depths.
Continue reading Diamonds That Formed Deep in the Earth’s Mantle Contain Evidence of Deep-Earth Recycling Processes
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
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 Michelle Fox, CNBC
Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has a lot more on his mind these days than the sport. Continue reading Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is helping to teach STEM skills to Black and Latino students
by Evan Schreiber, KATU 2 ABC
PORTLAND, Ore. — For centuries, women and minorities have historically found themselves excluded, with little representation, in the core science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) arenas.
Continue reading Girls, minorities finding futures in STEM through Oregon youth program
Jill Biden is pushing free access to community college and training programs, saying the schools will be an important part of Biden administration efforts to rebuild the economy.
By Tamar Lapin
Originally posted on the New York Post.
Amanda Gorman, a 22-year-old Harvard graduate from California, made US history on Wednesday as the youngest person ever chosen to write a poem for a presidential inauguration.
by Doug Bonderud
The “IT guy” stereotype is entrenched in popular culture: Socially awkward and technically adept, these experts excel at connecting devices and fixing network problems—but they’re rarely consulted about strategic business decisions.