Science

Ancestry Kits for Black Heritage

Understanding our roots is incredibly important. Cultures in Black communities place an extra importance and…

BGN Interview: Neil deGrasse Tyson Schools Us On ‘Cosmos’

Let’s say intelligence is your ability to compose poetry, symphonies, do art, math, and science.…

BGN Interview: ‘Cosmos’ and its Possible Worlds

You don’t have to be looking through a telescope the size of the building to…

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‘Hidden Figures’ TV Show Celebrates All Black Girl Nerds on Nat Geo

They are Hidden Figures no longer. In a Variety exclusive it has been announced that…

BGN Interview With Engineer Brittany Young Creator of STEM Outreach Program B-360

When someone mentions STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) your first thoughts are probably equations…

Thor:Ragnarok Superpower of STEM Challenge

Calling on Girls to Channel Their Superpowers of STEM for Good and Get a Chance…

The Eclipse Could Damage Your Smartphone?!?

  So we here at BGN are waving the nerd flag.  After 38 years, on…

The Color of Science: Hopeful

In this STEM series, I set out to highlight the everyday narratives of people of color who have dedicated their lives to their respective fields. In the final chapter of The Color of Science BGN series, we introduce two young women who are just beginning their careers and have a real passion for what they do.

Alleys of Awesomeness

Written by: E.Angel Here we are about 6 months into the 2017 convention season and we…

The Color of Science is Indigenous

  Indigenous knowledge is often excluded from the mainstream scientific community. The ancient knowledge that…