In the 19th century, New York’s first women’s clubs provided an essential safe haven. Now the city’s new women-centric gathering spots are looking to fuel a different kind of revolution.
Heather Knight, Roboticist
We interview leading women in STEM to learn more about how we can all work to make science and technology industries more inclusive. How can more women be encouraged to work in these fields?
Necessary cognitive fortification against propaganda, pseudoscience, and general falsehood.
Results of a standardized measure of reasoning ability show many students fail to improve over four years—even at some flagship schools, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis
Study fromUniversity of Massachusetts finds female engineering students less likely to drop engineering program if female mentored.
If you woke up out of a coma just as the sun sat perched on the horizon, would you know dawn from dusk?
In some cases, the job of composer might be going the way of typewriter repairman and bowling pinsetter as software creates music more cheaply and quickly than humans. Can you hear the difference?
www.naturallywood.com Brock Commons Phase 1 is an 18-storey hybrid mass timber residence under construction at the University of British Columbia (UBC).
I believe that a more informed audience raises the bar for storytelling. That examining the techniques used to tell great stories makes your own writing better
Six years after the Upworthy cofounder coined the term “filter bubble,” things are much worse.
In a Mess, a song by Zach Berkman on Spotify
It’s a Dickensian profession that can still pay upwards of $650,000 per year.
Our community still struggles with diversity, equity and inclusion issues, including systemic bias, harassment, discrimination and more
Hint: Move fast, and don't forget the calcium chloride spray