If you need a break from stress, this video will entrance you with its simple, hypnotic elegance and send you into a meditative state.
From February 10-12, NASA/OSSI will be holding a digital, interactive STEM career and grad school fair for those with stellar ambitions—in space or on the ground. The opportunities are not limited to the space agency.
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Love it or hate it, the hashtag gesture has enjoyed moderate success over the past couple of years since it first popped up. In 2013, Jimmy Fallon was seen hashtagging (hashing?) not once, but twice with celebrities Justin Timberlake and Jonah Hill. Continue reading Olin College Students Develop Gloves that Tweet
Intel President Renée James will oversee the effort of transforming not just the company, but the entire industry into one that is more welcoming of women and minorities. James, one of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women, has allocated $300 million for a program that will build pipelines into the industry from underrepresented populations. Continue reading Intel Pledges $300 Million for Diversity
A group of Kansas City high school engineering students are proving what many suspected: Hugs are the best medicine. They have designed a special chair for autistic children who respond best to sensory therapy—a treatment that provides a calming, deep touch squeezing pressure to overwhelmed autistic children. Continue reading Students Develop Autism Snuggle Chair