How does Colorado’s Lockheed Martin keep future engineers interested in space? By asking them to design robot cars.
The Colorado aerospace industry is adapting to a talent shortage by figuring out new ways to keep the future workforce interested in the space side of STEM.
Why the head of the U.S. Patent Office is interested in artificial intelligence, false trademarks and the Western SlopeBy Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
How to close the technology gender gap? A Colorado-launched effort starts with making sure stories don’t go untoldBy Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Revenge prompted deadly STEM School shooting, unsealed documents say; security guard accidentally wounded studentBy Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
This is not Parkland: Douglas County, divided on guns but eager to prevent another school shooting, tries to find its voice
STEM students are searching for “one voice” on mental health, moms against gun violence are standing up 100-fold and a petition for metal detectors is now 20,000 strong
St. Vrain, with a decade of momentum, is on a “high-tech high” that’s gaining national attention for its students and teachers
Innovations that emphasize real-world experience have northern Colorado students working on everything from rescuing endangered frogs in Peru to using drones to deliver mail
Computer science isn’t required in Colorado schools. But enough people think it should be that the state is training teachers for free.
Teaching Colorado kids computer science in elementary school sets them up to be critical thinkers and prepares them for a computer-forward economy
With inclusion and diversity in mind, the new leadership expanded outreach to welcome makers in underserved communities