Kids Who Amazed Us in 2015
In 2015 we were, time and again, impressed by the ingenuity and creativity of young people. But why are these kids the exception?
Closing the STEM Gap, From Pittsburgh to D.C.
A Pittsburgh Public School student and budding science researcher visited the White House for a summit on STEM learning. But most students in the US don't have the opportunities he's enjoyed.
President Obama Hosts the First-Ever White House Maker Faire
President Obama proclaims June 18 a National Day of Making and turns to Pittsburgh for inspiration.
Pittsburgh Teen Joins other Hive Youth at White House Science Fair
First held in 2011, the White House Science Fair invites about 100 students from across the country to share their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) projects with their peers, with educators, and senior policymakers. The 2013 Science Fair featured 100 students showcasing a range of STEM projects from alternative energy to computer science to medical science.