There's a placard in Anne Wojcicki's office enshrining the attitude that nearly ran her company, 23andme, aground.
Stefan Savage, who's just won a five-year, $625,000 "genius" grant from the MacArthur Foundation, talks about how he became interested in cybersecurity, computer threats most of us haven't thought about, and why an Internet security guy works in a university instead of a Silicon Valley start-up.
The Turing laureate will become the new director of the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing at the University of California, Berkeley, on January 1, 2018.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham has partnered with developers in Zambia and Ethiopia to develop a software solution to address two recurring challenges of education and training programs on the African continent.
Picture this. In 1917, the United States is just entering World War One. But to begin with, its military is small and its capacity for intelligence gathering is severely limited.
There are reports of much older number systems using only two symbols that have been developed mainly in Asia.
The National Academy of Engineering's Simon Ramo Founders Award was to be presented to John E. Hopcroft on Sunday for his research contributions and leadership in engineering.
A shortage of computer science teachers is impeding state and local educators' adoption of new computer science mandates for students.
A new study describes the similarities and differences between college students in the United States and India on managing students' use of digital devices in the classroom.
For more than two decades, Tim O'Reilly has been the conscience of the tech industry.
The NSA is one of the world's most notoriously secretive and powerful government agencies, guarding its powerful hacking tools and massive caches of collected data under layers of security clearances and world-class technical protections.
Three computer science students explain the pros and cons of spending their summer away from coding.
Quantitative assessment, cost modeling, and greater interaction with potential users of technology developed in research labs will help it become better aligned with the needs of industry, new research says.
Teaching STEM in physical and online classrooms is the focus of two new papers that pull back the curtain to show there's more to the art of teaching than science.
Across the United Kingdom, the last of the spring barley has been brought in from the fields, the culmination of an agricultural calendar whose rhythm has remained unchanged for millennia.
Code.org estimates fewer than half of U.S. K-12 schools offer computer science courses, which a 2016 Google-Gallup survey elevates to 75% when accounting for after-school activities and clubs.
Sebastian Neubert, a particle physicist at Heidelberg University in Germany, leads a group studying subatomic particles called pentaquarks. The six team members all have access to the software code used to run their multi-step analyses, and the programmers update it daily with new features and bug fixes.
While the U.S. remains the global leader in Science and Technology, there is little doubt that its star is fading.
Hot-air balloon pilot Richard Varney typically spends his weekends transporting tourists around central Massachusetts in a huge, multicolored balloon. But on a recent Sunday, Varney drove to a local community college and learned to fly a different type of aerial vehicle.
Linda Ott, professor of computer science at Michigan Technological University, comments on President Trump's call for funding for computer science and coding education in K-12 schools.