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Demand for artificial intelligence specialists grew 74% over the last five years.

15 jobs no one knew about in 2010 that everyone will want in 2020

LinkedIn released its annual report on the 15 top emerging jobs of 2020 and many were in engineering.
Miss Virginia Camille Schrier during the preliminaries at the Miss America 2020 pageant.

Miss America winner Camille Schrier blew people away by performing a science experiment onstage as her talent

The newly crowned Miss America 2020, Camille Schrier, is working to earn a doctor of pharmacy degree at Virginia Commonwealth University.
White-collar jobs in science and tech will likely be impacted the most by AI.

AI is coming for white-collar tech jobs. Here’s what that will mean for your pricey STEM degree.

A Brookings report raises questions on how profitable or employable STEM college graduates will be in the future.

Boulder, San Jose, and… Ann Arbor? These are America’s top 12 tech hubs, according to Bloomberg

Bloomberg's 2019 Brain Concentration Index measures the concentration of STEM jobs and degree holders within a particular city.
MBUSA and Mattel have joined forces to support STEM/STEAM for young women.

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.
U.S. President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping make joint statements at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, November 9, 2017.

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.
Krysta Svore, general manager of quantum software at Microsoft

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.
Biochemist and Miss Virginia winner Camille Schrier performs a science experiment during the talent portion of the pageant.

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.