The Moon Landing @50
It was a day that captivated the imagination of millions around the world. On July 20, 1969, Ohio native Neil Armstrong ventured from the conﬁnes of the Apollo 11 lunar module and took humankind’s ﬁrst steps on the Moon. Engineers and astronauts were hailed as heroes, while images of space consumed popular culture, from science ﬁction novels to television shows to cereal boxes. A half-century later, the wonders of space are the subjects, battlegrounds, and resources for a new generation. As humanity celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, we delve into the history, the technology, the imagination, and the future of space in our 2019 issue of Core magazine.READ MORE
Silicon Chips Take Man to the Moon
This is the story of these people, deeply involved in “work to put him there,” and how a decision to employ this unproven technology, criticized at the time as reckless, helped to launch the integrated circuit as an essential building block of today's digital world.
Play Like a Girl: How Women Investors Succeed in Silicon Valley
Thirty years ago, no one thought we’d still be talking about discrimination, gender bias, and sexual harassment in 2019. Unfortunately, we are. Changing cultural norms takes time. What can women who thrive in the competitive, male-dominated world of Silicon Valley venture capital teach us in the meantime? Plenty.
Hacking Our Security: Digital Resilience for the Next Cyber Threat
Ray Rothrock, chairman and CEO of cybersecurity analytics firm RedSeal and national security expert and Brunswick Partner Siobhan Gorman discussed Rothrock’s timely new book, Digital Resilience: Is Your Company Ready for the Next Cyber Threat?