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At the University of Florida last week, sports merged with science when IndyCar driver Simona De Silvestro visited the campus with her #78 Nuclear Clean Air Energy car to discuss STEM opportunities in the energy industry. The event was part of a joint effort between UF’s College of Engineering and the Nuclear Clean Air Energy educational initiative to promote STEM awareness. Read more


Scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians all leave their marks on the sports we enjoy (and, for many, live by), though they may not necessarily be noticed. With March Madness in full swing, sports science has influenced everything from the perspiration-wicking uniforms worn by college basketball players to the aerodynamics of the ball with which they play. Read more

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Plus: Fiscal Cliff Hinders Manufacturing, Athletes Improving Health Technology, Surprising Health Care Reform Facts, Entrepreneurial Guts, the College of the Future and Olympics Formulas. Read more

Credit: London 2012

Every four years, the summer Olympics captivates audiences around the world with incredible athletic feats, exciting international competition and a strong sense of pageantry and tradition. But the sheer size and scale of the event can be awe-inspiring, as these remarkable Olympics statistics reveal. Read more


In Born to Run, author Christopher McDougall explores the science of a tribe of Indians in Mexico who are able to run hundreds of miles without rest or injury, as he moves from Harvard labs to extreme landscapes across North America to learn the secrets of these “superathletes.” Read more

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