Learn

Get a taste of STEAM and Robotics






Check out our Blog for more updates and posts!

Check out our Youtube Channel!


Lastest STEAM News

ROBOTICS

The people running companies that deliver all manner of products gathered in Philadelphia last week to sift through the lessons of the mayhem besieging the global supply chain. At the center of many proposed solutions: robots and other forms of automation.

ROBOTICS

Hey, Alexa, tell Roomba to vacuum the bedroom.

ROBOTICS

When Digit spends an afternoon unloading boxes from a tractor-trailer in 100-plus-degree heat, co-workers never hear a complaint. Digit, a blue-and-white humanoid robot, was designed to handle the tough, menial and dangerous tasks at warehouses.

ROBOTICS

The elephant has a secret hiding right on its nose.

SCIENCE

Two weeks ago, Roxane Chantereau, the co-founder of the JACK Primate Rehabilitation Center in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo, awoke before sunrise to the buzz of incoming WhatsApp messages. Someone had sent her a disturbing video showing two baby chimpanzees scuttering across a squalid dirt floor strewn with toppled furniture. The video panned across the room to show a third chimpanzee standing on a dresser with her arms chained over her head.

SCIENCE

Right now, ants are scurrying around every continent except Antarctica, doing the hard work of engineering ecosystems. They spread seeds, churn up soil and speed up decomposition. They forage and hunt and get eaten. You may not know how much you rely on them.

SCIENCE

Residents of almost any city in North America know how frustratingly clever raccoons can be. They break into garages, pilfer supposedly unreachable bird feeders and ransack trash bins, even defeating lids specifically designed to thwart them.

SCIENCE

Where is Pi?

TECHNOLOGY

This article is part of our series on the Future of Transportation, which is exploring innovations and challenges that affect how we move about the world.

TECHNOLOGY

A cache of nearly 160,000 files from Russia’s powerful internet regulator provides a rare glimpse inside Vladimir V. Putin’s digital crackdown.

TECHNOLOGY

Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber’s chief executive, said in court on Friday that he had fired Joe Sullivan, the former Uber security chief who is on trial over a 2016 security breach, because he could no longer trust him.

TECHNOLOGY

TikTok recently tried to tamp down concerns from U.S. lawmakers that it poses a national security threat because it is owned by the Chinese internet company ByteDance. The viral video app insisted it had an arm’s-length relationship with ByteDance and that its own executive was in charge.

ENGINEERING

The tentative agreement between freight rail carriers and two major unions that averted a potentially costly strike last week will allow workers to miss work for routine medical appointments up to three times a year without disciplinary consequences, according to a copy of the deal circulated by one of the unions.

ENGINEERING

The third-to-last male northern white rhinoceros on Earth was in his late 20s — middle-aged by rhino standards — when a team of scientists carefully anesthetized him, inserted a probe into his rectum, and administered a mild electric shock to nerves near the prostate, causing the rhino to ejaculate in his sleep. The sperm was then separated out and frozen.

ENGINEERING

For decades, scientists have pursued a tantalizing possibility for bolstering food supplies and easing hunger for the world’s poorest: improving photosynthesis, the biological process in plants that sustains nearly all life on Earth.

ENGINEERING

The cryptocurrency industry has endured a terrible year. A devastating crash wiped nearly $1 trillion from the market, draining the savings of thousands of people. Several companies filed for bankruptcy.

ART

KASSEL, Germany — It began with a calumny, it ends with a crack-up.

ART

In a decision eagerly awaited by the art world, the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Tuesday announced that David Breslin would become its curator in charge of Modern and Contemporary Art, indicating that he will play an important role in the new wing now under development for that department.

ART

As Blake McFarland came bounding through the doors of Gallery 85, Patrick Powell figured he was looking at yet another football player hoping to make a connection with his boss. In a way, he was right.

ART

In 2010, in the recreation center of the Fairton Federal Correctional Institution, a medium-security prison for men in South New Jersey, an art collective was born.

MATH

Featured Article: “Climate Change Fuels Heat Wave in India and Pakistan, Scientists Find” by Henry Fountain

MATH

Featured Article: “Mississippi Crisis Highlights Climate Threat to Drinking Water Nationwide” by Christopher Flavelle, Rick Rojas, Jim Tankersley and Jack Healy

MATH

The graph above shows how the climate has changed in the Southwest over the past 500 years. The soil moisture percentiles are derived from tree ring widths, with wider rings indicating more rain which brings more soil moisture.

MATH

Featured Article: “CRISPR, 10 Years On: Learning to Rewrite the Code of Life” by Carl Zimmer