The she++ Ambassadors Program aims to foster communities that promote access to and diversity in technology on a global scale.
There has been momentous push to highlight gender inequality within tech, yet the question still remains: Why are there so few women in tech and in top leadership roles?
Five years ago, the Bainbridge Island, Wa., School District didn't have a robotics team and the high school had one coding class. Now, thanks to inspired teachers, students and mentors, the community known for its vibrant support of the arts, has discovered its inner geek.
Mayor, bartender, tax collector, settler of disputes, hostess, cook — Elsie Elier fulfills a lot of roles in Monowi, Nebraska, because she's the only one who lives there.
And they happen to be women. Indian women, for that matter.
For Dianna Cowern, high school lark morphs into popular outreach channel
Program lets microscope track tiny objects
Shapr—a cross between LinkedIn and Tinder—allows users to specify whether they’re looking for collaborators, a mentor, or just ‘ideas and inspiration.’
Stop waiting for happiness and success — you can start achieving them in the present by giving up these toxic things.
Reading is a joy, but not all books are useful. Here are the best by category.
A natural language system lets you interact with robots without having to talk in if-then statements
Advice from Mary Barra, head of GM (courtesy of Deirdre)
The idea is ancient but the name is relatively new
"It’s interesting, the secrets you decide to reveal at the end of your life." — Randy Pausch
Social media sites and search engines must be pushed to do more to combat the problem, he says.
The cafes and craft breweries are just pawns in a much bigger game.
Grown in a lab by German startup AMSilk, Adidas's Futurecraft Biofabric shoes are woven from synthetic spider silk. Seems spider silk is weaving its way into the marketplace ...
Technique could be scaled up for commercialization by the food industry