The U.S. is currently 4th in the world for innovation. However, in order to maintain and increase innovation the country must invest in the younger generation. In a study on innovators, researchers found that students from low income families were less likely to file a patent for an invention than students from high income families. […]

Google’s demographics report shows that diversity in STEM programs is lacking. In an article by Kathy Pierre posted on, “according to Google’s blog, 70% of its approximately 50,000 employees worldwide are men. Of its U.S. employees, 61% are white, 30% Asian, 3% Hispanic and 2% black.”

As I’m reaching for my morning coffee, I see this email: “You’re invited toLesbians Who Tech, a global community of over 4,000 queer women in and around tech (and the people who love them). Whether

Please check out this informative and well written article that explains why engineers are integral to the American economy and infrastructure, how the job market has

Cousteau, grandson of underwater explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, is spending the rest of June in Aquarius, the world’s only underwater marine lab, 63 feet beneath the ocean’s surface near Key Largo, Florida.  Link>>

There is a widespread narrative in higher education that goes something like this: Colleges and universities have always accepted the best and brightest students; then, due to pressure from

As leaders of Montgomery County life science companies, we have a stake in whether local students like science. If they do, they are more likely to work for companies such as ours. If they don’t, our pipeline of future workers gets slimmer.  Article>>

In college and during her career, Kimberly Bryant often found herself the only black female scientist in the