Adam Balkin explores Edinburgh's International Science Festival.
NYU Polytechnic Institute students in NYC study cyber security.
Football's Victor Cruz joins us at the White House Science Fair.
We speak with NASA astronaut Mike Massimino in Houston.
We meet teen programmers at Code Wars in Houston, TX.
Robotics teams prep for the annual FIRST Championship in St...
We kick off the FIRST Robotics 2013 season in Manchester, NH.
Rapper GZA gets kids excited about science through music in NY, NY.
Meteorologists share the STEM involved in forecasting weather.
A trip to Museum of Math in NYC, home to numbers and shapes.
We reunite with teen inventor and WIBCI winner Greyson McCluskey.
We explore the science behind some of Hollywood's biggest films.
We visit the family friendly World Maker Faire in Queens, NY.
Nebraska students explore near space by launching weather balloon.
Endeavour take its final trip, to LA's California Science Center.
Meet Jane Goodall and celebrate Mars Rover landing.
Nik Wallenda teaches kids about engineering in tight rope walking.
"The Big Bang Theory" star and meteorology lover, Jim Parsons.
An interview with World Science Festival co-founder Brian Greene.
Tweeters get exclusive invite to NASA's Dryden Research Center.
Youth innovators shine at Intel's Science & Engineering Fair.
St. Louis' FIRST Championship & Raleigh's Nature Research Center
A real-life flying car at the NY International Auto Show.
Highlights from our "Wouldn't It Be Cool If" finalist event.
William Shatner, aka Captain Kirk, urges kids to explore space.
Meet a young naturalist and explore cities of the future.
Youth innovators gather at the White House Science Fair.
"The final frontier" of space travel, Maker Faire, NASCAR and more.
The past, present and future of cable is in Denver, CO.
Renewable energy and Popular Mechanics' Innovator Award.
Intro to the series and an interview with FIRST founder Dean Kamen.
"The New Cool" subject, teacher Amir Abo-Shaeer.
Mariette DiChristina and Mary Roach talk science fact or faction.
Science-inspired creative writing workshops for kids
Students visit Edventure Children's Museum for hands-on science.
A teacher talks about the impact of CAMM at her middle school.
TWC hosts the first-ever 'STEMfest' Community Day in Milwaukee.
Newton's laws of motions are at play during our science roadshow.
Time Warner Cable lends support to a California robotics program.
Students from Rochester, NY tour TWC broadcast facilities.
CAMM recognizes Milwaukee FIRST mentor Scott Keller.
Waco students tour science and tech landmarks in their area.
Prepare today's kids to speak the language of math and science.
Athlete Victor Cruz shares how science plays a role in football.
How does NASCAR guarantee top performance? Math and science.
Find kid-friendly, hands-on learning opportunities in your area.
Partnership exposes kids to science through creative writing.
Dallas, TX mentor wins our Super Connector Search
Inspiring tomorrow's problem solvers at Time Warner Cable.
Time Warner Cable employees give back to the community.
Sparking youth interest in STEM at Time Warner Cable.
"STEMulating" today's young minds at Time Warner Cable.
Dispatcher Lori shares her experience mentoring Julia.
System designer Greg shares his experience mentoring Darius.
Time Warner Cable employees volunteer as robotics coaches.
Time Warner Cable supports FIRST after-school robotics programs.
The future of our kids depends on science, engineering & math.
Tomorrow's leaders are taking an interest in math and science now.
Contest finalists pitch their invention ideas to a panel of judges.
Contest challenges kids to dream up math and science-powered ideas.
Get to know 12-year-olds Jaime, Emmie and Eileen from Bronx, NY.
Get to know the 12-year-old from Topeka, KS.
Get to know 15-year-olds Hon and Hannah from Westlake, OH.
Get to know the 16-year-old from Indian Trail, NC.
Do today's kids equate math skills with future success?
This Finnish student is mad about science.
Is it cool to be smart? Depends on where you are from.
This American girl is busy, social and smart!
This Aussie has big dreams and lots of math homework.
Our kids face tough competition from their peers across the globe.
Why is the U.S. so far behind in math and science?
Al Gore kicks off our interactive chat on math & science.
Sally Ride links science and math skills to future success.
"MythBusters" Jamie and Adam discuss how fun learning can be.
Students and Kinect's Kudo Tsunoda participate in the live chat.
Area students participate in our Town Hall and local STEM events.
Recap the special interactive event hosted by Al Gore.
Using science to make food healthy and affordable in urban areas.
Inspiring Today's Young Women To Pursue Science Careers
Understanding sea creatures through biology and engineering.
Leveraging the Power of Games to Activate Young People.
Science and engineering fuel cutting-edge transportation.
Meet the minds behind gaming sensation Xbox Kinect.
An age old puzzle is a new challenge in mathematics.
Reporter Adam Balkin visits NYC science spots via Segway.
High school teams compete for entry to the FIRST Championship.
Black Eyed Peas star supports FIRST and builds a robot.