In a new report, John Maeda explains why writing is a must-have skill for designers.
Students with disabilities are now just as likely as other students to enroll in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) … Continue reading Accessible Technology Helps Students with Disabilities Pursue STEM Degrees
The fictional MIT student gets portrayed by real MIT students in a fan film.
Twenty-four years ago, the trailblazing Ellen Ochoa became the first Latina in space. The NASA astronaut made history back in 1993, … Continue reading 24 Years Ago Ellen Ochoa Was The First Latina In Space, Now She’s Heading To Astronaut Hall Of Fame
It’s a Google Expedition for International Women’s Day.
Expect 2017 to be a time of exciting changes in the world of education, thanks in part to the “edu-preneurs” … Continue reading 30 Under 30 Education 2017: Revolutionizing Learning Inside The Classroom, Post-College And Online
Filled with post-EVA foam and a carbon fiber plate, this shoe was designed to increase running efficiency by 6%.
‘The Lego Batman Movie’ uses an impressive style of animation that replicates the look of real lego bricks. These digital … Continue reading How They Animated ‘The Lego Batman Movie’
It’s been a busy week for Katherine Johnson, the NASA mathematician whose story was the center of the critically acclaimed … Continue reading We Have Liftoff: Lego Set Honoring Women Of NASA Will Land On A Shelf Near You
Not all heroes wear capes. Some wears lab coats and bow ties. Others wear long, mauve dresses emblazoned with planets, … Continue reading Netflix is bringing back Bill Nye and “The Magic School Bus” to remind us all that science is important (and fun!)