Dr. Pinar Keskinocak is using her eclectic expertise and positions of leadership to fix crucial flaws in global operations, all while elevating the next generation of scientists.
The force is with him.
Mathematicians agreed that she was right to question why we need algebra, but Gracie Cunningham is just trying to vibe.
By 2050, there will be two billion more of us on the planet. Here’s what we might be serving up in three decades.
Witnesses say the 18-year-old jumped right into action when the shooter pulled a gun in his classroom
Mats Järlström has won his First Amendment case against the state of Oregon: "This restriction clearly controls and suppresses protected speech."
Meant to withstand violent impacts, Mexican engineer Reynaldo Vela’s personal protection pods take prehistoric design cues and are part of a broader trend in disaster capitalism.
By creating a lightweight, 3D-printed “transmission,” engineers were able to build a hand that is strong when it needs to be and fast when it needs to be.
The design was a thesis project for a German engineering student.
The University of Michigan was salty that IBM made a smaller computer than it did, so it made an even smaller computer.
The University of Tokyo's Parametric Move Conference pushes the limits of the ways robots get around.
That’s second only to the percent of women who report harassment in the military.