Meet the RoboDoves, Baltimore’s only all-girls competitive robotics team.
Baltimore schools are looking to hire new employees in maintenance, engineering and transportation and will hold a job fair next week.
The school year has begun, and Debra Palmer’s fifth-grade class is learning the usual subjects. There’s some math, some English – and of course, the kids will also design their own underwater robots.
You know the saying, “two heads are better than one.” That’s the idea behind a new collaboration between Morgan State and Johns Hopkins University.
U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen can now major in nuclear engineering, and the school is offering aerospace engineering majors a chance to specialize in rotorcraft engineering for Navy and Marine Corps leadership positions related to vertical lift aircraft.
High schools across the country send their best and brightest into an engineering battle. One from Maryland rolled to a national victory.
Engineering students at the University of Maryland are attempting to fly a human-powered helicopter high enough and long enough this weekend to capture an aviation prize.
Johns Hopkins University has launched a new minor in space science and engineering to help students pursue careers in the space industry.
NASA and Morgan State University are teaming up to produce some of the best engineers and scientists.
The four-week long summer Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program has Baltimore city kids creating their own science projects.
A University of Maryland researcher says he has developed a wireless bridge monitoring system to test for problems like those that brought down a Minneapolis bridge four years ago.
When it comes to science, technology, engineering and math, it seems girls rule. Like never before, these fields are attracting more and more young women into the field, and many are getting their start in high school.