We believe in the power of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Whether it is a biotechnology experiment on the space station, or after-school clubs teaching how to code, we understand that STEM is how we make change happen, improve our collective knowledge, and tackle our biggest challenges.
Because it is important that everyone has access to STEM-based learning, we regularly support community-based STEM organizations in the areas we live and work, including the Science Club for Girls, the Museum of Discovery, and a group of high school students who designed, built, and raced a solar-powered go kart.
Our writers conduct research, read source material, and interview experts as necessary to ensure our knowledge of each topic is deep and thorough. Using this knowledge, we present the information in an easily digestible manner, using touchstones from daily life that readers can identify with and mapping complex topics to these to build understanding in a concrete way.