Meet inventors who have broken barriers in science and technology to create some of today’s common and critical inventions, including the refrigerator, solar home and data-processing software.
More women are making their mark in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Take the leap and think about a career in STEM!
The movie "Hidden Figures" on women's unsung role in launching the U.S. space program now is inspiring female scientists and STEM advocates worldwide.
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.
During Women’s History Month, we celebrate five brilliant women who made their marks in science, technology, engineering and math.
GoldieBlox — toys that combine construction projects and stories of a girl engineer named Goldie — foster spatial skills, and perhaps future engineers.
The Danish company Lego announced that its newest set of building blocks will celebrate five women of NASA who took humanity to new heights.
To get there, New York City is tripling its investment in programs for computer science students and hoping more women will sign up.
Women scientists get a boost from L'Oréal USA's For Women in Science grant, allowing them to continue their studies and mentor young students.