Sci and Tech

Launch of Apollo 8

Nathalia Holt unveils the secret history of female rocket scientists. Read more....

appleberry

How one student dealt with sexism in STEM. Read more....

A like symbol made out of other facebook symbols

Are you going to comment on this blog post? Well, please don’t be an awful human being.

Computer lab

Kentaro Toyama used to believe that technology could fix the world’s problems. Then he was forced to reconsider. Read more....

Spilled pills

Antibiotics are part of daily life, but overuse - and misuse - means we may soon face a time when they just don’t work. Read more...

Cracked iPhone

When was the last time you repaired your coffeemaker? Or your phone? Or your fridge? Kyle Wiens explains why we need a repair culture. Read more...

Colin

How a combination of public libraries, 3D printing, and engineering students helped a boy design his own prosthetic hand. Read more...

Students do an experiment

Some scientists are donning lab coats and heading to the classroom to work with grade schoolers. Read more...

Hand of blackjack

Not only is gambling all around us, it’s usually a better bet than you might think. Read more...

A clock beneath a skyscraper

It can be hard to think of a world without standardized time. But up until the late 19th century, time wasn’t that big a deal. Vanessa Ogle dives into the invention of time. Read more...

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