Five programmers reflect on the mental toll and artistic liberation of crafting code.
There are sensible solutions to neighborhood safety. Racist surveillance isn't one.
Sea-Tac Airport recently halted use of the technology. Now, state lawmakers in Olympia are looking to adopt statewide rules.
Historian Margaret O'Mara argues the company needs to become much more broadly civically engaged.
The Crosscut Courage Award-winner is an unapologetic disrupter.
Staff told leadership the vulnerabilities had been patched, but in fact they had not.
Microsoft's Vidya Srinivasan has faced the challenges of excelling in tech while having children head-on. Now she's helping other women do the same.
Self-taught programmer Alejandra Quetzalli founded sheCodesNow to give more people a safe space to break into tech.
The LGBTQ community has made enormous progress in the fight for equality, but a long road still lies ahead.
Through his textless educational program BlockStudio, Rahul Banerjee has found that the most equitable way to teach coding might not involve words at all.
By studying infectious diseases, Intellectual Ventures researcher Corrie Ortega hopes to build health equity worldwide.
Parker and Greta Mayer helped girls and the queer community find their place in STEM in rural Washington through robotics. Are boys next?
As new UW research probes the reasons for smartphone abuse, residents are looking for help from both within and at a Fall City treatment center — the first of its kind in the country.
Some of the jobs that artificial intelligence will eliminate are the very STEM jobs that college is training students to fill.
Visitors to Northwest forests and parks will still see Smokey the Bear and the familiar fire danger color scheme, but new science will inform those predictions.
A computer model predicting underwater weather gives Pacific Northwest fisheries a tool to fight an invisible marine villain.