The Bay Area Discovery Museum this week was awarded $380,000 from 100Kin10 to fund a mobile engineering lab to serve the Bay Area’s pre-K through fifth grade classrooms.
By Sarah Hillenbrand, Lawrence Hall of Science News When Josh Miele was growing up, he wanted to be a physicist. But a family friend said, “He can’t be a physicist because physicists write on [...]
The Eastbay Astronomical Society is launching a program to restore the Zeiss planetarium projector at the Chabot Space & Science Center. According to the Zeiss representative in the United States (Zeiss is a German [...]
The David E. Glover Education and Technology Center (DEGETC) recently announced its new TECH U Program, which offers a variety of free technology-based trainings for youth ages 12-18, including computer coding and digital media.
It is no secret that the tech industry is growing. However, the dismal numbers of African Americans in the industry continues to be a problem that politicians with the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) are [...]
Barbara Lee addressed the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Tech 2020 session on Thursday at 45th Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus in Washington, DC.
Governor Jerry Brown Has Signed a New Cyber Exploitation Law, Senate Bill 676, which Attorney General Kamala Harris sponsored. “Cyber exploitation is an insidious crime that is used to humiliate, degrade, and financially [...]
By SFSU News Your smartphone’s screen fills with an image of a man standing alone in a doorway, his body casting a long shadow. “What’s your vibe today?” the app asks. Tapping buttons, [...]
Oakland Technology Exchange (OTX) is a nonprofit that is offering a free desktop computer or free laptop to Oakland Unified School District students. Students can also sign up six months of free internet service.
High school senior Jayshaun Thomas can teach just about anyone how to create a website. “It’s easy to teach,” he said at the Hack the Hood summer boot camp graduation on Aug. 12 [...]