We spoke with filmmakers Darren Foster and Christina Constantini about the making of their lover letter of a film called Science Fair. The film won an audience award at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. “Olympics of Science Fair,” is how one of the students describes this annual science festival that changes the lives of high school… Continue Reading
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Bill Atkinson and Andy Hertzfeld dropped out of their respective PhD programs and joined Apple Computer when it was still a young company. Steve Jobs persuaded them to join the company and they share how his persuasion worked. Both Atkinson and Hertzfeld made key and valuable contributions to Apple’s early products and some of them… Continue Reading
Filmmaker Noel Dockstader shares why his creative partner Quinn Kanaly and he were drawn into making their “in the moment” film Point of No Return. The filmmakers spent over 3 years in making their film about the first solar plane – Solar Impulse – that flew around the world by using renewable energy. What drew them… Continue Reading
We are very excited to share that Season 1 and Season 2 of our Women in Science and Tech from Silicon Valley is airing on Las Vegas PBS station from August through September 2018. You can catch the show on the local cable channel – COX 111 on Sundays at 7.30 pm PST. The series… Continue Reading
KLRU PBS station in Austin, TX is airing our Women in Science and Technology from Silicon Valley series and here is the schedule for August 2018: Tuesday – 8/7 at 4.00 pm CST Monday – 8/13 at 5.30 am pm CST Tuesday – 8/14 at 4.00 pm CST Monday – 8/20 at 5.30 am CST… Continue Reading
Albert Einstein has an interesting connection to Silicon Valley explains Tony Misch, Director, Lick Observatory Historical Collections. Turns out that Einstein’s famous theory of relativity needed to be proven and it was an astronomer from Lick Observatory in Silicon Valley, who helped prove the theory in 1922 shares Misch. This is a highlight of an… Continue Reading