Hoping to pick up a robot kit for your kid so they can learn while they play? We've rounded up 10 great options, whether you're looking for something that falls under the STEM initiative or utilizes the Arduino platform.
With a helping hand from NASA, American Girl's newest creation is an aspiring astronaut that could help inspire young girls to pursue STEM careers. Luciana Vega is the latest entry in the hugely popular Girl of the Year collectible dolls.
LittleBits' latest kit mixes an easy-to-use programming interface and quality materials to deliver an exciting experience for young tinkerers learning to code for the first time -- though it comes at a high price.
The latest product from educational startup Tech Will Save Us aims to show kids how the magic of electricity can help them bring their wildest creations to life. Electro Dough takes old-fashioned Play-Doh to the next level.
As Speednite points out on its Kickstarter, many biking accidents are related to poor or inadequate bicycle lighting devices, which is particularly concerning at night. But with Speednite, you're promised the "ultimate lighting solution"
GM has pledged $250,000 in support of education nonprofit Girls Who Code, which will be used to fund after-school clubs delivering STEM activities and mentorship to young women in underserved communities.
You can sign a proposal to help bring female NASA scientists to the Lego world. While the creation of the set wouldn't immediately improve gender equality, normalizing women in STEM is a key first step to change.