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Gen Z grads think jobs at big tech companies like Facebook and Google are ‘harmful,’ and they refuse to work for them

Ivy League engineering grads no longer rank Google, Amazon, and Facebook in their top 10 most desirable places to work.

11 of the biggest structural failures in history

Structural failures can happen for many reasons, but the results are very often devastating. Here are some of the worst examples in history.
Dentists have the third highest-paying job of 2019.

The 25 highest-paying jobs of 2019

Physicians are the profession with the highest salary, according to a new list compiled by job-posting site Glassdoor.

What not to study: The 20 college majors with the highest unemployment rates

Bankrate found that the college major with the highest unemployment rate was petroleum engineering, with 7.5% of graduates unemployed.
Evolution, ecology, and biodiversity majors end up with a mid-career salary of $100,000.

The 20 best college majors for people who want to change the world — and get rich while they do it

Some jobs pay well, while others allow you to feel like your work makes a difference in the world. But the two don't have to be mutually exclusive.

Coding through play: How Lego is evolving to address the educational needs of young STEM learners today

Coding toys that develop and nurture STEM skills are a natural extension of Lego's story of analytical and imaginative play.

An ex-Apple engineer created brilliant new iPhone software that would make Apple jealous — take a look

This is one of the coolest iPhone user-interface concepts we've seen.
The first photos of quantum-entangled particles showing a Bell inequality.

A ‘spooky’ effect of physics that Einstein couldn’t believe has been photographed for the first time

The image may not look like much, but it shows a strange property of the universe called quantum entanglement.
Purdue University Reactor Number One (PUR-1) with its new all-digital controls installed.

A nuclear reactor in Indiana has gone all-digital, and it could mark a turning point for American atomic energy

A nuclear engineer said "there are no scenarios which would put the Purdue facility in an unsafe state."
Soft-story buildings, like this one in Oakland, include unobstructed spaces like parking garages or storefronts.

A critical ‘base isolation’ system could keep California buildings from crumbling during an earthquake, but few structures have it

Base isolation could help mitigate a major disaster, but property owners must be willing to pay an additional upfront cost.