by Bryce Covert Posted on August 4, 2014
After releasing the first-ever female scientist minifigure, LEGO now has three more to choose from.
by Kiley Kroh Posted on July 27, 2014
Researchers at MIT say their material could be used to make sterilization, desalination of water, and even solar thermal power generation cheaper and more efficient.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on July 16, 2014
"Medical conspiracy theories are widely known, broadly endorsed, and highly predictive of many common health behaviors," according to one study.
by Bryce Covert Posted on July 11, 2014
While a good share of people with Ph.D.s in STEM fields leave, most them are women and people of color.
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on July 7, 2014
Science says we don't like to sit alone and think anymore. Not sure how to think about that.
by Bryce Covert Posted on July 1, 2014
Male science professors have a gender problem in their labs, but female faculty have gender parity.
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on June 25, 2014
66 percent of fourth grade girls say they like science and math, but only 18 percent of all college engineering majors are female. Where do we lose them?
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on June 11, 2014
Seatbelts, everyone! Netflix just ordered 26 episodes of a new, computer-animated Magic School Bus series. Can the show get kids excited about STEM?
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on May 22, 2014
Cosima Herter, Orphan Black's science consultant, goes deep on clones, the ethics of the science of the show, and just how worried we all have to be about clones being real.
by Katie Valentine Posted on May 15, 2014
Oklahoma could become the second state to reject updated science standards.