Encouraging the budding scientist in your life doesn't have to mean getting your hands on the latest gadgets
The holidays can provide a yearly reminder that all the learning we have to do as we grow up leads to a lot of important highs and lows
Sometimes it take a little bit of humor to see that clear ideas can get buried inside convoluted sentences
Looking into the source of your holiday meal may lead to more questions than answers—and that can be a good thing
Still looking for ways to take chances, make mistakes and get messy 20 years later
We want to help kids become better observers, but some of our natural cognitive shortcuts mean that we need to give ourselves reasons to pay attention
Building outrageous yearly decorations for Halloween provided important lessons not just about design and engineering, but also embracing things that make you happy even when others might be inclined to judge
Free-play modes on 1990's video games provided a special opportunity for a generation of kids to mentally romp around an unfettered digital landscape.
Informal introductions to new ideas can open doors for participation in citizen science – like tracking local bird populations – long after a particular program ends.
More than 100,000 students around the country were expected to explore Incredible Wearables in the program's exciting 10th year.