I IMAGINE:

Generation Innovation: The Power of Imagination.

Born after 1997?  You’re already part of the largest generation of Americans in modern history.  But strength in numbers isn’t the biggest reason to set high expectations for what’s now known as “Gen Z.” Because, instead of waiting for “my turn” to make a difference in fields ranging from STEM (or STEAM) to fashion, music and pop-culture, to expanding humanity’s horizons, they (and you) already are.

If you can imagine it, we’ll be part of it: building blocks of insight and invention.

Playgrounds in Space? Quite possible.

Humanity is on the verge of taking even bolder steps into what Obi Wan called “a wider universe.” Find out what else will go into space with the next gen astronauts.

The whirr of possibility: printing cars with recycled plastic.

What if today’s problems are tomorrow solutions? Take a look at how fields ranging from automotive to healthcare are finding innovative new ways to recycle and reuse plastic.

More to Explore:

The technology behind reusable rockets is brand new.  But the fuels are millions of years old.  Click here to find out what’s taking us back into space in a big, and exciting, way.

Read the true story of the way new STEM-related technology made this baseball fan’s dreams come true.  For all of us.

Smart phones, phablets and even 65-inch TVs with folding screens were a huge hit at the year’s biggest consumer electronics show. Get the full story here.

It weighs 2,300 tons, stands 44 feet tall, and is 90 feet long.  And no, you’re never going to find it in a car. Learn more here.

What’s fueling the SpaceX Falcon Rocket?
Hailey’s Hand: From 3D Printing to an Amazing Baseball Journey
A smart phone with a folding screen? It’s here.
109,000 horses under the hood: the world’s biggest engine.

Click here to read more about what’s new, what’s next and what it means for you.

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