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This Week in Making: Secret Prison Computers, Destiny Sparrows, and a Invisible Girl

This Week in Making: Secret Prison Computers, Destiny Sparrows, and a Invisible Girl

This week, computers are found in a prison’s ceiling, Destiny Sparrows are brought to life, and a cosplayer dresses up as an invisible girl.

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Facilitating Gender Parity: One Engineering School’s Journey

Facilitating Gender Parity: One Engineering School’s Journey

Joseph Helble, dean of the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, talks diversity in engineering classes, and how to achieve it.

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Watch These Kids Go Nuts Making Rube Goldberg Machines

Watch These Kids Go Nuts Making Rube Goldberg Machines

STEAMLabs invited kids and families to build crazy Rube Goldberg machines at their brand-new Makerspace in downtown Toronto, and the resulting video is 62 seconds of fun. Makes me think OK Go should just hire these kids to do their next video. STEAMLabs is a non-profit, all-ages Makerspace dedicated to empowering kids and adults to […]

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STEAM Art, Made By Makers

STEAM Art, Made By Makers

One weekend remains to see an exhibition of STEM + Arts = STEAM, at Arts Westchester in White Plains, NY. Even when this exhibition is over, look for more STEAM art in your town!

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Documentary Series Magic Makers Getting Off the Ground

Documentary Series Magic Makers Getting Off the Ground

Journalist Melissa Jun Rowley is producing a new STEAM documentary series titled “Magic Makers.” I was intrigued to learn more about Melissa and her work, so I conducted this interview with her.

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