This week we talked to Bill Karamouzis, CEO of TeachMe, which makes educational games and apps that focus on helping students master math. TeachMe uses a unique combination of practice and play, interactive questions and games to keep students engaged and practicing math longer than they ever have. 1,071 more words
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By Dr. Marciene Mattleman
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Brent Bushnell and Eric Gradman want to make science, technology, engineering and math – STEM, fun. They created Two Bit Circus in Los Angeles using lasers fire and robots and organized a STEAM carnival (STEM with A for Art in the middle) luring kids through interactive projects with contests and prizes. 110 more words
When Mount Ontake erupted in Japan a few weeks ago, it was completely unexpected. No significant earthquakes, no steam or gas releases, nothing.
Usually, some warning does exist, and the best that we can to is to monitor active volcanoes as carefully as we can to try and spot whatever warning signs that are there. 289 more words
In the final hours, Philae’s science team hurried to squeeze as much science out of the small lander as possible. But the deep sleep was inevitable, Rosetta’s lander has slipped into hibernation after running its batteries dry. 447 more words
Tablets that collapse into phones. Smartphones that fold up like wallets. Those are coming and a Japanese company has the goods to prove it.
At a recent event in Japan, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory (SEL), demonstrated a display that can be folded in three. 382 more words