Meet Larry Bock, the founder of the USA Science and Engineering Festival, interviewed by What do you think is important celebrating science and why we should celebrate science?
Meet CTO of Host Sponsor Lockheed Martin interviewed by at the 2010 USA Science and Engineering Festival. Why do you think getting American's excited about science is important? What do you think we can do about it? What about science do you find exciting?
Check out Bill Nye the Science Guy being interviewed by at the USA Science and Engineering Festival and discussion about the space policy today.
Engineering really matters. Did you know that all the major challenges facing the U.S. and the rest of the world - from medicine and homeland security to energy, food and water supply and communications - cannot be solved without engineering? In this revealing video clip, hear what Dr. Chuck Vest, president of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and former president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has to say about what it will take for America to train enough engineers to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
How scientifically accurate are today's Hollywood superhero and sci-fi movies? Surprisingly accurate, says physicist James Kakalios, He should know - he's author of the widely known book, The Physics of Superheroes, which examines such things. In this video clip (below) from the 2010 Festival, Dr. Kakalios talks about what makes recent movies like Iron Man so scientifically "right on" and appealing. Dr. Kakaios also has a new book that has just come out. Check out "The Amazing Story of Quantum Mechanics" with at the 2010 USA Science and Engineering Festival.