The 2019 Open Doors report shows the benefits of international student exchanges, enhancing students' ability to succeed.
Meet Karen Uhlenbeck, a U.S. professor whose work has led to some of the most dramatic advances in mathematics in 40 years.
For the third time in four years, Team USA ranked first in the International Mathematical Olympiad, the standard for excellence in youth mathematics.
Katherine Johnson, a trailblazing mathematician whose calculations for NASA were part of a blockbuster movie, just celebrated her 100th birthday.
The computer industry shrugged when two engineering professors said they'd found a simpler way to make chips. But today 99 percent of smartphones and devices use their method, and they're $1 million richer.
Meet Gladys West, whose mathematical calculations changed the world. Now 87, West looks back on her role as a pivotal player in the development of GPS technology.
More women are making their mark in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Take the leap and think about a career in STEM!
Teens from over 160 countries compete in a challenge aimed to inspire interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
In most countries, boys are more likely than girls to excel in math and science. That is starting to change, thanks to a push by countries and educators.
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