A passion for science, a drive to share knowledge, and a commitment to cosmic goals are just some of the things make high schooler Sahda Haroon a world-renowned STEAM advocate. That's right, today's interview comes from Ras Al Khaima in the United Arab Emirates and shows that STEAM and hard work can unite dreamers all over the globe.
Waltzing wasabi, we've got a real-life wizard of wearable technology on the blog today! Meet Dr. Lucy Dunne. Lucy, who has a PhD in Computer Science, is the Professor of Apparel Design and Wearable Technology at the University of Minnesota where she founded and co-directs the school's incredible Wearable Technology Lab.
We have a STEAM star on the blog today—and she's as bright as the sun. Why all the stellar references? It's because we interviewed none other than #SciComm luminary Julie Seven Sage, the fourteen-year-old host of Supernova Style Science News and one of four founding officers of the brilliant new organization the STEAM Squad.
Stampeding sweet potatoes, we've got a Mythbuster on the blog! That's right, it's Rachel Pizzolato, a.k.a. BEAUTY & BRAINS with a Twist, and she's here to tell us what it's like to be a fourteen-year-old award-winning scientist, gymnast, pageant queen, model, and, yep, a star of the forthcoming Mythbusters Jr. series.
A coder and a music magazine founder, Desarae Gabrielle is cooler than cool. We love that Desarae's interests show you can have varying skillsets, goals, and talents; there's no reason to force yourself into one box! What can we say? Desarae Gabrielle rocks our socks!
Dr. Amy Winters is a fashion designer, PhD, and material futurist. We think the term 'sartorial sorcerer', also suits her quite well, and you just need to take a look at her fashion line, Rainbow Winters, to find out why.
Welcome to Style Engineers Worldwide's interview series, "Fashioning the Future With…", where we will be talking to influential and inspiring pioneers in STEAM, and stampeding sweet potatoes, do we have a marvelous maker to feature in our inaugural interview! Meet Sophy Wong.
Did you know that each year, tons upon tons of discarded clothes wind up in landfills?The cause of this is, among other things, "fast fashion," cheap clothes that people discard after a relatively short period of use.
The wearable technology in Marvel's Black Panther is epically impressive and totally gorgeous, and it's all thanks to Shuri, Black Panther's sixteen-year-old sister, played by actress Letitia Wright. Princess Shuri is Wakanda's scene-stealing head scientist, an inventor who creates of all of Black Panther's gadgetry—including some of the coolest wearables we've seen on film to date.
Fashion technology shined at the steventai x ILMxLAB show on Feb. 18 at Durbar Court at the Foreign Commonwealth Office during London Fashion Week 2018. A virtual model dazzled the audience as she took to the stage alongside physically-present models, interacting with her fellow real models in real time.
Wearable technology is having quite a moment at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. From sophisticated fabrics fighting frigid temperatures to gloves making it easier to buy hot chocolate at Olympic venues, e-textiles can be spotted all over at the Winter Games. Here's a look at some of the coolest wearables keeping athletes warm and ready to win gold.