Taking a shot with STEM
Three-time WNBA champions Phoenix Mercury are working to close the gender gap in STEM at a camp that encourages girls to grow their passions and skills in both basketball and tech.
A new hub gives sports fans access to behind-the-scenes stats
From the agile turns of F1 Grand Prix races to the dynamic shots of pro tennis players, data informs power and precision across all sports. Now, STAT-HUB is giving fans a glimpse into these insights that drive the performance strategies behind the teams and players they love.
This is village work: Each one, teach one
Beverly Bond, CEO and Founder of BLACK GIRLS ROCK! believes that when it comes to affirming, elevating, and celebrating Black women and girls, it takes a village.
How can you build your tech resilience?
Resilience, or the ability to recover quickly from challenges, is an essential part of success in any field. But when it comes to tech, students are rarely taught these skills in school, making it hard to thrive on the job. Microsoft is launching a new mentoring program to change that—and build a more inclusive future for the tech industry.
Coding for a more equitable world
What would it look like to live in a world that’s accessible to all? Where constantly hearing “no, you can’t” is replaced with a persistent “yes, you can”? That’s 11-year-old Anna Miller’s dream. And she plans to get there with coding.
Shooting for the moon
A spacewalk watched around the world. An epic selfie from space. A childhood dream come true. NASA astronaut Jessica Meir made history on the International Space Station—now she’s looking to the future of space exploration.
Inspiration and inclusion: encouraging future pioneers in STEM and space travel
Microsoft is teaming up with NASA to help ensure that pathways to new opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math are open to all.
Explore the Arctic through the eyes of the narwhal
A new immersive experience invites visitors deep under water to consider the narwhal with HoloLens technology.
It’s 1985 … and the future of STEM is radical
As the kids of Stranger Things use technology (and telekinesis) to try and save humanity, go inside their world with these totally retro experiences.