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Why US employers are reaching out to Generation Z

April 16, 2017

An interest in jobs with a greater social purpose is a hallmark of the millennial generation. But Lopez is a member of Generation Z, the post-millennial group that is just starting to graduate from high school and college and catch the interest of employers. Gen Z is composed of the kids who were born, roughly, between 1995 and 2010 and came of age during the Great Recession.

Kids Reach New Heights in STEM Education Through Aviation

April 16, 2017

Emma Hall became the first solo female glider at the Giving Kids Wings Flight Academy in the summer of 2016 - not only breaking the glass ceiling but flying way above it. Hall discovered her love for aviation through a seminar offered in her Hawthorne, California, high school by the flight school where she learned about aerospace, test-fly simulators and eventually fly a glider.

Tech treasure in your attic? Here's a quick guide

April 16, 2017

You might want to take another look at that computer gathering dust in your attic. Auction house Bonhams has curated a list of ten “antique” technology gadgets, “whose value often goes unnoticed by owners,” according to home services app Handy, which commissioned the initiative as a guide for Americans to spot valuable pieces of technology squirreled away in their homes.

Manufacturing USA: Critical to the Nation's Manufacturing Leadership Strategy

April 14, 2017

President Trump has made expanding American manufacturing and creating new manufacturing jobs a high priority. To achieve these goals, the United States must develop and deploy 21st century transformative manufacturing technologies at a rate that matches or exceeds our global manufacturing competitors. Manufacturing USA can play a pivotal role in advancing these technologies to U.S.

NASA: Saturn's moon, Enceladus, could support life

April 13, 2017

The findings are the results of 12 years of investigation by the Cassini spacecraft and were released in a paper from researchers with the Cassini mission, published in the journal "Science." "It could be a potential source for energy from any microbes," Spilker noted. "We now know that Enceladus has almost all of the ingredients you would need for life here on Earth."