While it may seem that women are freely choosing to opt out of math-intensive STEM careers, these choices are constrained by implicit STEM-male stereotypes that may have been unconsciously ingrained since childhood, researcher says
The lab will be used to address a number of needs spanning materials characterization and high-resolution imaging
The use of nickel, which the researchers describe as an “earth-abundant” resource, could make the process of water splitting more feasible as a means to develop clean hydrogen as an energy source from water
Doctoral student earns national recognition for research to restore soil at historic mines
Researchers make batteries reliable and longer-lasting using a thin-film coating technique called atomic layer deposition
To improve fuel cell efficiency, Dr. Umit Koylu looks to the trees outside his office
The nation’s approach to cyber security has much in common with medieval defense tactics, and that needs to change, says a cyber security expert at Missouri University of Science and Technology
Emily Hernandez didn’t wait until college to start recruiting fellow minorities to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. She started as an eighth-grader during a University of Memphis camp called Girls Experiencing Engineering near her Germantown, Tennessee, hometown.