Join us for our last STEM Pro Live for the school year featuring Boeing. We will be joined by two Boeing professionals to learn more about their journey and what they do at Boeing, focusing on Boeing’s environmental efforts.
Skydivers rely on parachutes to slow them down as they fall from frightening heights.
Join Boeing and Discovery Education on a mission to inspire the world through aerospace innovation with an exclusive virtual field trip to historic Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Download a guide that includes hands-on, space-themed learning activities for students in grades 3-8.
We talk to Dr. Alan Stern, the leader of NASA’s mission to Pluto – New Horizons.
The International Space Station sits 250 miles above Earth, but how did it get there?
Have you ever wanted to tell your friends that you know “rocket science”?
Engineers are problem solvers.
Nautical Engineers ensure that traveling by water is smooth sailing.
During World War II, Royal Air Force fighters sometimes had issues diving while in combat because their engines would be flooded with excess fuel and cut out. Tilly devised a simple solution to this problem
In this activity, students will test the effectiveness of different parachute designs.
In this activity teams design, build, and test paper helicopters to observe a relationship between blade surface area and descent rate.