STEM to the Core
How does your gender, marital status and family affect a career in science, technology, engineering and math?
If your child loves to learn, has the tenacity to be a leader and the kind of passion that inspires other students to get involved in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), than check out the STEM Play Corps at Marbles Kids Museum.
University of Utah Doubles Engineering Grads in Support of High-Tech Job Growth
Valeo Innovation Challenge experts and independent scientists have begun reviewing the projects of 1,412 students from around the world.
Twelve-year old Shubham Banerjee of Santa Clara, Calif., built a prototype printer using Lego's line of EV3 Mindstorms robots to help people in developing nations have easier access to a printer.
The 2014 MakerBot Summer Internship Program invites college and grad-level engineering, manufacturing, production, customer support, sales, marketing, public relations, software and business development students to explore the desktop 3D printing industry.
In this article, Hunter Vegas, a contributor to sister publication Control Global's Control Talk blog talks with Greg McMillan and Stan Weiner about the initiatives he has taken through the course of his career to inspire students at an early age to become engineers.
U.S. students pursuing a degree in engineering are invited to apply for this program that awards $5,000 scholarships to two students and an additional $1,000 grants to those student's college engineering departments.
In this blog entry, Rob Spiegel, senior editor of automation and control for DesignNews, discusses a fullproof system developed by 4FX Design that used alternative software solutions from CimQuest INGEAR to help students program do-it-yourself robots.
In this article from The Atlantic, Jessica Haley, The New York Times, discusses how pioneering "STEAM" teachers are incorporating art and design into their STEM curriculum and takes a look at their teaching philosophies.