16 Books for Science Lovers of All Ages #Infographic #STEM

I love science. I’ve always loved it, from animals to the environment, to geology and the history of life on Earth, to yicky stuff. Here is an awesome list of books for kids of all ages, who might be looking to explore. (links below the infographic)   Books for Elementary School Students Bones: Skeletons and How […]

Technology has solved the problem of “women in science”

Technology has made a difference in all things. Think about student success. Technology helps us get organized, do better research, and collaborate. Technology has made the dissertation process better. Whereas once, students felt lonely while writing, that is not true today. Where you might not have a good advisor, now you can collaborate with others. […]

Here’s Why Neil DeGrasse Tyson is the Most Powerful Scientist In the Universe

Neil DeGrasse Tyson (for anyone who doesn’t know) is the most talked about scientist in America, right next to Bill Nye The Science Guy. I think he is a genius. He’s taken things that people whisper about (Why are there so few women in science? What’s up with the black astrophysicist?) and laid them all […]

The Criticism of “Science: It’s a Girl Thing!”

First, the video: Then, the criticism: This Disgraceful video was published by the European Commission for a campaign designed to attract more women to a career in science. The commission said that the video had to “speak their language to get their attention” and that it was intended to be “fun, catchy” and strike a […]