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"To combat the problems of organ shortage and decrease the chance that a patient’s body will reject it, researchers have been working to create synthetic organs from patients’ own cells."

Scientists Grow Full-Sized, Working Human Hearts From Stem Cells

Thank you to our wonderful community for supporting us yesterday for #GivingTuesday!
Did you know that Toyota is working on developing robots that might someday help you or your elderly friends and family? These robots are said to be "incredibly 'delicate' and 'sophisticated,' capable of safely handling elderly people that are 'very frail.'"

Toyota developing robots to care for elderly - INSIDER

Field trips don't just affect the student's lives - teachers are equally moved and inspired. Here's what one 4th-grade teacher had to say:

"As a teacher, I love the labs most. A real, hands-on science lab is a bit more exciting than learning in the classroom. At The Tech, my kids build robots and conduct experiments about magnetism. Using real-life skills like investigation and trial and...
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More than 160,000 kids in Santa Clara County attend schools characterized as economically underserved. Help expand horizons for each and every child in our community by contributing to the Field Trip Scholarship Fund today. [ Bit.ly Link ] #GivingTuesday
Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday. On this national day of giving, let’s inspire a new generation to use technology to make our world a better place. You can have a direct impact on a student now: Donate $40 to The Tech's Field Trip Scholarship Fund and your money will buy a field trip for a child from an underserved, Title I school, granting them a day of hands-on STEM learning. In-depth science...
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Tickets to “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” are now on sale! [ Bit.ly Link ]
#RogueOne #IMAX
These are the Tech "ninjas" bravely attempting our new activity, Ninja Walk! Armed with an Android phone and Science Journal, by Google, guests attempt to cross an obstacle course of noise-makers while keeping the sound sensor and accelerometer as still as possible. Want to give it a try? The activity runs 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today! Don't miss out!
Join the #GivingTuesday movement and donate $40 to The Tech’s Field Trip Scholarship Fund, helping provide STEM learning opportunities for each and every child in our community. [ Bit.ly Link ]
The Tech's new Ball Wall lets guests of all ages construct crazy ball drops. Add blocks, tubes and more to watch the balls cascade through your creation!
Ninja Walk! After that big Thanksgiving meal, can you move as smoothly and silently as a ninja? Join us from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a new way to play with tech using Science Journal, from Google.
#BlackFriday: A day for savings! Why not take $40 of that and give the gift of a field trip packed with #STEM learning opportunities to an underserved youth? #GivingTuesday [ Bit.ly Link ]
Get ready fans, tickets to “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” go on sale Monday, Nov. 28. Watch as a group of unlikely heroes go on an impossible mission — presented in IMAX 15/70mm film in our #IMAX theater! [ Bit.ly Link ]
Happy Thanksgiving! We're closed today so our staff and volunteers can spend time with family and friends. We'll be open again Friday and the rest of the weekend. Bring your family and have an innovative day together!
"Innovators and tinkerers come from all walks of life and embark on their creative journeys at all ages. But it’s always the next generation of pioneers who hold the most promise for shaping our future for the better."

20 Under 20: Meet The Next Generation Of STEAM Pioneers

Just a reminder: The Tech is closed Thanksgiving Day, but over the 3-day weekend we'll be bustling with exhibits, activities and IMAX movies!
Congrats to today's Presidential Medal of Freedom honorees, especially women in science trailblazers Margaret Hamilton and Grace Hopper. Their legacies inspire us every day.

White House honors two of tech's female pioneers

#GivingTuesday is Nov. 29. Your $40 gift to The Tech's Field Trip Scholarship Fund will enrich the life of a student in a low-income community. [ Bit.ly Link ]
"The team implanted two electrodes on her brain – one over a region that controls movement of the right hand, and the other over an area that is used for counting backwards. After multiple training sessions, which involved using the device to play games such as whack-a-mole and Pong, as well as to spell words, the woman learned to control the device by imagining moving her hand to trigger a...
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First home brain implant lets ‘locked-in’ woman communicate