Water Bead Science

What happens when you freeze water beads?

Here’s Your Chance to be a Citizen Scientist With Project Feederwatch

Become a citizen scientist with Project Feederwatch and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Bird Studies Canada. It's not too late to sign up for this year's bird count!

Welcome to Mars, India!

India made science news around the world on September 24, 2014, with the announcement that their first Mars satellite, Mangalyaan, entered orbit around the red planet.

LastPass—Your Strong Password Solution

GeekMom Maryann tells us about how LastPass can manage your passwords with confidence and security.

Keeping Geeky Contact In College

"Miss Us?!" was the caption in this postcard sent by the Postagram app. My son and I wanted my daughter in college to know we were thinking about her...and maybe laugh.

The Mission Is in Sight!

As a writer of science fiction, as well as a former astrophysics major in college, I usually like to stay up to date on science news. Space news in particular. And when I hear the words, “manned space travel,” I ...

Technovation Launches Student Showcase!

Technovation, the longest running girls-in-tech program, launched a complete gallery of 362 mobile apps developed by participants in 26 countries today!

UNYQ: The Price of Prosthetic Covers Is Coming Down!

The next post in a series that GeekMom Judy is writing, about the new options available to amputees when they no longer wish to hide their prosthetic limbs. The design options are incredible, and finally becoming ...

Google Auto Awesome: Your Ticket to Awesome Photos

This post will provide the reader with tips on how to generate the best Auto Awesome Photos Google has to offer!

Become Part of the Effort to Save California Condors

You can help track and monitor California condors by identifying animals in pictures taken by motion-activated cameras placed across California.