My First Job: Rosie the Riveter

Jun 9, 2015
Marian Sousa's first job was in a WWII shipyard.
Posted In: WWII, Jobs, engineering, rosie, first jobs

At Harvard, even the meat smoker is smart

May 25, 2015
Part of the curriculum for one engineering class has been cooking lots of brisket.
Posted In: barbecue, cooking, engineering, harvard
Four-year-old Annika Greer, left, builds an airplane using clothespins and popsicle sticks during an engineering-based activity on Wednesday morning, Jan. 21 at the Children's Center at Caltech.

Caltech's little engineers that could

Feb 12, 2015
Infants and toddlers learn engineering principles at university child-care center.
Posted In: early childhood education, Caltech, STEM, preschool, engineering

Santa Claus 2.0: Building drones to replace Rudolph

Dec 24, 2012
A Santa Claus we met on the street in Brooklyn also happens to be an electrical engineering hobbyist who wants to 'replace reindeer with drones.'
Posted In: drones, Unmanned vehicles, Santa, engineering

Closing the gender gap in patent filing

Mar 22, 2012
Freakonomics' Stephen Dubner on one scientifically-proven way that helps women embrace risk.
Posted In: innovation, gender gap, patents, Science, engineering