Security concerns have prompted Oxford University in the U.K. to sever ties with Huawei.
Finland has launched an ambitious challenge to teach the basics of artificial intelligence to 1% of its population.
A changed perspective of math and a determination gained as a piano student put Cumberland Valley High School senior Elizabeth Walker on a course to study computer science at Cornell University next fall.
Two weeks ago, MIT's David Autor gave the prestigious Richard T. Ely lecture at the annual meeting of American economists in Atlanta. Introduced by the former chair of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke as a "first-class thinker" who was doing "path-breaking" work on the central economic issues of automation, globalization, and inequality, Autor strolled up to the microphone with a big smile.
J-PAL North America has announced a call for proposals designed to help education leaders identify effective practices that utilize education technology.
The University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering's Robotics and Coding Academy aims to inspires children to pursue careers in science and technology.
About 150 Jersey cows in the rolling terrain at Rivendale Farms in Bulger, some 25 miles west of Pittsburgh, wear Fitbit-like collars that monitor their movement, eating and rumination patterns. They are milked not by humans but by robotic machines.
Retired NFL defensive tackle Ellis Wyms recently founded Athletes for Computer Science, which deploys athlete ambassadors to teach children in underprivileged districts about computer science, technology, and coding.
After promising a reordering of higher education, the massive open online course (MOOC) field is instead coalescing around a different, much older business model: helping universities outsource their online master's degrees for professionals.
A few days before Christmas, U.S. President Donald Trump signed a bill into law that devotes more than US $1.2 billion to a national effort dedicated to quantum information science over the next 10 years.
A West Virginia University physics student helped create a machine-learning model that has the potential to make searching for energy and environmental materials more efficient.
A growing number of hospitals and medical centers are embracing virtual reality technology to provide better, faster training for resident doctors and surgeons.
A survey found U.S. students and teachers continue to experience unequal access to science, technology, engineering, and math classes and resources.
Professor Catherine Berdanier will use an NSF CAREER Award to better understand the experiences and obstacles faced by engineering doctoral students.
Researchers suggest educational institutions should establish an engineering discipline for the Internet of Things and cyber-physical systems.
Truly revolutionary political transformations are naturally of great interest to historians, and the French Revolution at the end of the 18th century is widely regarded as one of the most influential, serving as a model for building other European democracies.
Software developer is the top pick for best job in 2019, according to U.S. News & World Report. The position's projected increase in demand and average stress levels helped it land the top spot.
In an essay written in 1833, the British economist William Forster Lloyd made a profound observation using the example of cattle grazing.
The University of Colorado is relying on robots to help students maintain a presence in class, even when they cannot physically be there.
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue is the top U.S. metro area for STEM professionals, according to WalletHub's 2019 rankings. Boston-Cambridge-Newton ranks second, and Pittsburgh is third.