Lisa Randall, a Professor of Physics at Harvard, was Fareed Zakaria’s GPS this morning talking about her new book Knocking on Heaven’s Door. Fareed also interviewed Daniel Kaheman, author of Thinking, Fast and Slow. We added a few more recommendations for great science reading in 2012. What's on your reading list?
Studies, reports and more over most recent years have stated that we have a shortage STEM graduates to fill the growing demand of jobs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. OnlineEngineeringDegree.com published an infographic recently on “The Math-Science Shortage,” which looks at the reasons why the United States is failing…
Knewton recently published an infographic on STEM Education in the U.S. It poses the question: Does American have the right stuff to produce to the next Pete Conrad, Steve Jobs and others? At the rate we're going with our STEM Education approach, the infographic implies that the answer is simply - no.
How many high school, college and university science labs have the opportunity to allow all of its students to experiment with some of the world's most dangerous bacteria, toxic chemicals or explosive materials on the most sophisticated equipment available to science? The answer: very few if not none. That's where Late Nite Labs comes in.
The Journal of Engineering Education (JEE) released "Accelerating STEM Capacity: A Complex Adaptive System Perspective," a guest editorial by Rick Stephens and Michael Richey of the Boeing Company this July.