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Posted: October 9, 2020

Ada Lovelace: Computer Programming Pioneer

Ada Lovelace's computer programming idea provided the foundation for tech advances reflected in AI and machine learning we rely on today. Each October we celebrate her work and recognize the contributions of women in STEM.

Ada Lovelace: Computer Programming Pioneer
Posted: October 8, 2020

Question Your World: How can an artificial pancreas help manage diabetes?

An artificial pancreas is a fully automated system that senses glucose readings and increases or decreases insulin delivery with a smart-control algorithm. This innovation could help millions living with Type 1 diabetes, especially children, achieve better glucose management.

Question Your World: How can an artificial pancreas help manage diabetes?
Posted: October 4, 2020

Project Engage: Inspiration Abound

Inspiration is a tenet of the Museum. But it isn’t always about what the Museum is doing to inspire others. Sometimes staff draw inspiration from community projects and citizens. Project Engage is just such an initiative.

Project Engage: Inspiration Abound
Posted: July 27, 2020

Failed Endeavors Don’t Mean Unsuccessful Innovation

When it comes to scientific innovation, sometimes brilliant discoveries are the result of accidents and mistakes. Here are some examples of how our world is a better place because things didn’t go as planned.

Failed Endeavors Don’t Mean Unsuccessful Innovation
Posted: June 5, 2020

Question Your World: Why was the SpaceX launch so historic?

There’s a lot of history being made these days, and science is making some history, too. Let's dig in to why the recent SpaceX launch was so historic.

Question Your World: Why was the SpaceX launch so historic?