Young women in STEM are going to change the world as we know it. Don’t believe us? Well then take a look at young Maanasa Mendu, a 13 year old from Ohio. Mendu has been awarded a grant prize in the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientists Challenge for her work, which could make solar and … Continue reading Young girl wins America’s Top Young Scientist title
A new study has found that men are still perusing more STEM subjects in their undergraduate studies, than their female counterparts, and going on to earn, on average, $3000 more per year. The report that was released by the Women in New South Wales unit of the Department of Health, found that the majority of … Continue reading New Research shows that men still peruse STEM fields
Have you ever wanted to learn how to code but not known where to go? The internet is a master tool and there is so many different places that you can learn so many different things. So we’ve put together 5 pretty good places to go if you want to learn about the wonderful world … Continue reading Do you want to learn how to code?
We here at Whatthetechh understand that not everyone is inclined to pursue a carreer in STEM, and you know what, that's okay too! So we want to provide a catalogue of thing to watch for people, who don't really want to become experts in the field, but just want to know a little more. … Continue reading So, maybe you don’t want to be in STEM – That’s cool too!
With the world becoming an increasing technological space, there have ben various issues regarding the representation of women in the science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) fields. To combat this gender bias, the government is providing $8 million in grants to support women in both STEM and Entrepreneurship. Under the new project these grants will … Continue reading Government to provide $8 million in funds for women in STEM