The 2017 Northern Illinois University Huskie Hack featured 269 student hackers who were tasked with developing solutions to health- and wellness-related challenges.
Researchers are developing next-generation robots from soft materials that react to applied voltage with a wide range of motions.
Self-operated construction vehicles will gain traction long before self-driving cars.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced a major change to Wi-Fi security.
Researchers uncover security holes too big to believe.
In 2013, Diana Borland and 129 of her colleagues filed into an auditorium at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
For the first time, scientists have shown through direct observations of the ozone hole by a satellite instrument, built by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, that levels of ozone-destroying chlorine are declining, resulting in less ozone depletion.
Four groups of researchers independently found the vulnerabilities behind the devastating Meltdown and Spectre attacks within months of each other.
Researchers are using deep-learning convolutional neural networks to analyze retinal photos to predict a person's blood pressure, age, and smoking status.
Researchers in Germany are teaching intelligent algorithms to detect cars, pedestrians, and potentially dangerous objects in x-ray images from transportation security.
Tennessee electrical engineer Jonathan Pace has discovered the largest-ever prime number.
New graphene-based sensors-on-tape can be attached to plants to collect data for scientists and farmers.
The Mcity Threat Identification Model is a new tool to help scientists analyze the likelihood of cybersecurity threats that must be overcome for autonomous and connected vehicles to be widely adopted.
Experts predict cognitive computing will eventually become normalized as a routine behavioral component in newer systems.
The Navier-Stokes equations capture in a few succinct terms one of the most ubiquitous features of the physical world: the flow of fluids.
Computer Science Pioneer Bjarne Stroustrup to Receive the 2018 Charles Stark Draper Prize for Engineering
The annual Draper Prize was established in 1988 to honor the memory of the "father of inertial navigation," and to increase public understanding of the contributions of engineering and technology.
Maths fans can't get enough of numbers that are millions of digits long and can only be divided by themselves and one. Now, through a collaborative effort, utilising computers distributed around the world, they've discovered that the number 277,232,917 – 1 is prime.
The flaw, now named Meltdown, was revealed on Wednesday and affects most processors manufactured by Intel since 1995.
Researchers have demonstrated it is possible to match individuals across government databases with nearly 100% accuracy by using a few basic identifiers.