to understand how things in the world around us work
Iridescent’s programs are here to change the face of innovation
Curiosity Machine and Technovation programs engage STEM mentors to support
girls, children and their families to build innovative solutions to problems using science, technology and engineering.
Technovation is the global technology
entrepreneurship program for girls
For Underserved Families
Curiosity Machine supports families to build
problem solving skills using science and engineering
What began in one classroom in 2006 is now at work all over the world.
Founded in 2006 by Tara Chklovski (an aerospace engineer), Iridescent has grown from an informal science education program offered in one school classroom to a global organization that has trained more than 3,500 STEM professionals and impacted 63,000 children and parents through hands-on STEM learning