Home ownership can be a drag. It’s expensive and maintenance is time consuming. Continue reading The quest to make homes that repair themselves
By Jena Burgess, PHR
Organizations are recognizing the benefits of starting diversity recruiting efforts early and often in order to build the numbers to feed their future ranks. Continue reading Playing The Long Game: Sustainable Diversity-College Recruiting
A healthful diet can reduce risk for disease and increase longevity
Good nutrition plays an important role in how well you age. Eating a healthful diet helps keep your body strong and can help reduce your risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke and osteoporosis. Continue reading This Geriatrician Says To Do These 5 Things To Live Longer
Despite the progress women have made in science, engineering, and medicine, a glance at most university directories or pharmaceutical executive committees tells a more complex story. Women in science are succeeding in fields that may not even be conscious of the gender imbalances. Continue reading 7 Strategies To Advance Women In Science
Nike’s Zoom Vaporfly called ‘the most efficient shoe in terms of the energy required to run that anybody has ever studied.’ Continue reading Is this the shoe that will help rewrite marathon history?
Pixar’s new movie Coco is heartwarming, gorgeous, and—based on its $71 million opening weekend in the US—very popular. But it wouldn’t be any of those things without its skeletons. Like the toys, monsters, and robots Pixar has dreamed up before, the bags of bones are awfully charismatic. Continue reading The Tricks Pixar Used To Make Coco’s Super Slick Skeletons
Ivan Chermayeff mightn’t have been a household name, but his work certainly was.
Born in London, the American graphic designer died on Saturday, aged 85. With a career spanning six decades, Chermayeff’s legacy varies between poster art, illustration, sculpture and collage. Continue reading The man behind some of America’s most recognisable logos, Ivan Chermayeff, has died
Awardee Feature Story: Kendra Renae Pullen
For 35 years, the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) have been rewarding and inspiring great teaching.
Continue reading Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) Rewarding & Inspiring Teaching-Nominations are open!
Google Doodles have featured animated stories and interactive games in the past, but today’s doodle is the first of its kind to grace the search engine’s homepage. Continue reading Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates A Landmark Moment In Computer Science