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A Brookings report raises questions on how profitable or employable STEM college graduates will be in the future.
Bloomberg's 2019 Brain Concentration Index measures the concentration of STEM jobs and degree holders within a particular city.
Mercedes-Benz and Mattel have joined forces to combat gender stereotypes — and to give away 50,000 classic Matchbox cars
The companies, in collaboration with several other partners, have commenced a "No Limits" program, which began on Friday.
A venture capitalist and a congressman are sounding the alarm on the US losing its science and tech leadership to China
Imagine waking up to discover that all encryption had been rendered useless by a Chinese quantum computing breakthrough.
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.
A Microsoft general manager explains how people can start getting the skills they need for the quantum computing revolution today
Microsoft's Krysta Svore spoke at the Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference about Microsoft's plans to help people learn about quantum computing.
The senior vs. entry-level pay gap in Singapore increased 12.1% in 10 years – but it’s nothing compared to India’s 66%
The pay gap widened in 77% of countries studied globally.
A 24-year-old biochemist won the Miss Virginia pageant by performing a science experiment onstage as her talent
Camille Schrier, a biochemist, won the Miss Virginia pageant with an explosive display of talent to advocate for women in STEM.
My 5-year-old loves this interactive, augmented reality globe — he’s still playing with it 6 months later
The Shifu Orboot is a smart globe that allows kids to learn about places across the planet including global cultures, religions, geographical information, and more.
Salesforce gives leaders of a team of 30 or more people a scorecard to track how often they promote and hire women.