The Power Couple: Juno and Jupiter

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Juno, sister and also wife of chief god Jupiter, has reached her husband/brother. Well, not really the goddess but NASA’s spacecraft, Juno, has reached the gas giant after a five year journey through our solar system and is currently in orbit. NASA has a series of short clips with Bill Nye explaining the journey of Juno, why Jupiter is such a fascinating planet and the challenges Juno had to face.

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Diversity, Representation & Equality: Carrying the Torch of the Rio Olympics into the World of STEM

Diversity, Representation & Equality: Carrying the Torch of the Rio Olympics into the World of STEM

by Anisha Balakrishnan

With more than 10 000 athletes from over 206 countries participating this year, the Olympics has always been a well-anticipated event known for its intense competition and rivalry between world class athletes, all relentlessly dedicated to winning a gold medal for their country. The recent games in Rio, however, reflected a more inclusive, accepting and gentler approach, converging on the harmony, peace and dignity that these Games also represent.

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