We sit down with actor/producer Rileah Vanderbilt to talk about creating a STEM-centric show for Comic-Con HQ, what it's like to play a superhero, and more.
You may have seen her portray Wonder Woman in the 2013 short film, but we bet you didn't know she's a force of nature in the real world. Now, she's helming a science show on Comic-Con HQ and telling us all about it.
A deep dive into 3D printing (both huge objects and custom fashion on demand), and why VR cafes might become a thing in the near future. Also, we welcome Rileah Vanderbilt to the show to discuss her science show on Comic-Con HQ.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University have created a "thinking cap" that electrically stimulates the brain to increase its ability to learn from mistakes.
A Vanderbilt grad student wants the visually impaired to be able to use one of their strongest senses--touch--to better visualize algebra, geometry, and more.
Lower-limb prosthetic, in development at Vanderbilt for seven years, uses computer, sensor, electric motor, and battery tech to power knee and ankle joints that operate in unison.
Vanderpool--no, it's not the love child of Gloria Vanderbilt and Whirlpool, but rather a technology that lets a single PC act like two.