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Creating an Effective STEM Program in Your School

STEM education has exploded onto the international education scene over the past few decades. Growing job opportunities and stories of high tech organizations and personas taking the world by storm have ignited a firestorm of interest in this field and … Read More

Girls in STEM: Biomedical Engineering

Writing this in 2020, it is widely known in the education field that there is a stark imbalance between the number of women and men active in STEM fields. Although women make up 47% of the overall US workforce, only … Read More

STEM Competitions with Biomedical Engineering

There is no better way to experience engineering than to try testing your own solution to a Biomedical Engineering issue yourself! This field provides vast opportunities to form a team of your fellow students and submit your creation to a … Read More

Entering the World of Biomedical Engineering

For any current high school or middle school students out there having seen one of the Iron Man movies or a Boston Robotics technology video, it’s not hard to become enamoured with building a next generation exoskeleton or companion robot. … Read More

Jessica & Christian Lucero

A Fit Brain Complements a Fit Body

FocusFit helps world-class athletes maximize their brain fitness Over the past few months, BrainCo has been working closely with US Olympic Weightlifter Jessica Lucero and her husband, Christian Lucero, a Cross-Fit Games regional competitor and top 20 finisher in the … Read More

Improve focus with training…MIT Media Labs shows how.

Better attention is possible with exercise…And not just for people who suffer from ADD and ADHD. No one can be 100% focused every day, all the time. But we can improve focus with training.  With everything going on in our … Read More

An affordable, capable and natural robotic prosthetic

Somerville company hopes prosthetic technology will be a ‘game-changer’ for amputees

With about 30 minutes of training, a user can start to achieve movements that are very similar to those of a non-amputee, just by thinking about them, according to BrainCo. By: Bob DumasUpdated: January 21, 2020 – 7:59 AM SOMERVILLE, Mass. … Read More

Learn the 5 types of focus & attention

What is Focus?

We’ve got a lot going on.  Every minute of our waking lives, we’re bombarded with an overwhelming array of inputs from all around us. Our senses take in sights, sounds, smells and sensations on our skin. Our brains are packed … Read More

CNBC reporter discovers how to train her focus

Mind-reading technology lets you control tech with your brain — and it actually works

PUBLISHED FRI, JAN 10 20203:04 PM ESTUPDATED FRI, JAN 10 20205:34 PM EST Julia Boorstin@JBOORSTIN LAS VEGAS — It’s not the self-driving cars, flying cars or even the dish-washing robots that stick out as the most transformative innovation at this … Read More

Top Tech of CES 2020-Overall Winner

By Luke Dormehl January 9, 2020 12:56PM PST This story is part of our continuing coverage of CES 2020, including tech and gadgets from the showroom floor. There are some moments you just know that you’re staring the future in the face. The … Read More

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