Which Pixar starlet are you most similar to, based solely on what they would study in graduate school?
One of earth's biggest creatures is being saved by insects. Research supported by the Disney Conservation Fund is making this possible.
According to John Lasseter (former chief creative officer at Pixar), the design of Buzz's suit was inspired by the suits worn on the Apollo missions. How does Buzz Lightyear's spacesuit compare to what astronauts really wear? Let's find out.
Here's my review of the Science Behind Pixar museum exhibit, with a little bit of learning theory thrown in!
What caused Sleeping Beauty's coma or death-like slumber? I have a few hypotheses.
Do you know all of these Disney women in STEM?
Two of the most jaw-dropping Disney attractions - the Tower of Terror and Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout! - employ some plussed up elevators for an exciting and sometimes nauseating ride experience. Dropping 13 stories at a speed faster than freefall requires some pretty interesting science!
How do Disney's smell machines (aka smellitizers) work? With science of course!
How does the Incredicoaster launch you from 0 to 55 miles per hour in under 5 seconds? With a little something called linear induction.
Some of the best and most interesting Disney characters are the unofficial Disney princesses. What would these fearless females choose to study in graduate school?