This New York Times article discusses a scientist and neurosurgeon’s hypothesis and conclusion that stimulating the brain’s vagus nerve with electricity would successfully alleviate harmful inflammation.
This live public feed features 24/7 coverage and schedule of NASA’s public broadcasting coverage of the International Space Station and other programming relevant to current missions, explorations and endeavors.
Artist Samuel Yates’ project which predates Google Earth contains video footage, data, and infographics exposing the threads between art and civil engineering with the successful goal of photograping each longitudinal and latitudinal parcel of the city of Palo Alto into a specific single-color geolocation database which now serves emergency responders in the community.
This RadioLab podcast features a discussion with Facebook’s social engineer in conversation about the utilization of engineering and data to turn social networks into platforms for further understanding the human experience.
This interactive map connects high school seniors to college engineering majors and professional engineers all over the world bridging arts and STEM with resources on research, policy, education, and industry.
This project and its accompanying website and resources was founded by a 16 year old girl in order to expose more young women to the STEM field, with particular emphasis on the intersection between tech and neurobiology.
This multi-platform video game encourages students to test out their design thinking by taking on the role of a Reactor Engineer working for a company specializing in chemical synthesis for frontier colonies. Each player’s goal is to construct elaborate factories which transform raw materials into valuable chemical products.