All STEM Videos

Cellular shuffle

Researchers at the University of Washington and the Allen Institute for Brain Science have developed a new method to classify and track the multitude of cells in a tissue sample

Cheetah superpower

National Science Foundation-funded researchers at the American Museum of Natural History reveal how the world's fastest land animal keeps its head steady and gaze locked on prey while hunting at speeds of up to 65 mph

A robotic fish swims in the ocean

A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has unveiled "SoFi," a soft robotic fish that can independently swim alongside real fish in the ocean

Robots that can go anywhere in the world

The Robomechanics Lab at Carnegie Mellon University is working to take robots out of the lab and factory and into challenging real world environments, such as rocky hills and cluttered houses

Understanding the gut microbiome

Larry Smarr and Rob Knight hope to help make the three P's of modern medicine - precision, predictive and personalized -- a reality with the aid of advanced computers to create high-resolution mapping and simulations like never before

Advancing the science of electron microscopy

Carnegie Mellon University professor Yoosuf Picard's research group develops and applies methods for using energetic beams -- electron, ion and photon beams -- in order to process and characterize materials at small length scales