During the sixth and final White House Science Fair on April 13, 2016, Lenovo was among a number of companies and organizations recognized for their work with students in STEM.
Weird & Wonderful Things We Saw at the Mother of All Tech Shows
We spent a week in tech heaven--ok, the CES show in Las Vegas--at the vortex of all things fabulous and strange. Here's what we saw.
The Most Inspiring People of 2016
Their work in science, tech, design, humanitarian efforts--and even in friendship--inspired us to new heights this year. These are our heroes of 2016.
Step Inside a Real-Life Laptop “Chamber of Horrors”
This is a place born from your laptop's worst nightmares--a room where they get dropped, bent, blown with dust, shaken by robot arms and pummeled by steel balls. (All for a good cause.)
Lenovo STEM Initiatives Recognized By White House
The Rockstar with the Lenovo Tattoo
The old adage is what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But this rule doesn’t apply to the NZ-based rockstar and avid gamer Ross McDougall. After attending CES in Las Vegas, Ross decided he wanted t
Six Extraordinary Innovators Who Work Relentlessly to Move Their Field Forward
Presenting stories of six extraordinary innovators who question norms and transform both themselves and the industry in which they work.
Sugata Mitra: Challenging Traditional Education with Technology
Next in the series of six extraordinary innovators who work relentlessly to move their field forward, Lenovo looks at educational scientist Sugata Mitra
Helen Fisher: A Love Expert Takes on Myers-Briggs
Presenting the next innovator in the series of Six Extraordinary Innovators Who Work Relentlessly to Move Their Field Forward Dr Helen Fisher an anthropologist and human behavior researcher