University of Virginia researchers are training educators on how to teach cybersecurity to adolescents through a summer camp program.
Genetic engineering, the search for dark matter, quantum computing and communications, artificial intelligence, brain science—the list of potentially disruptive research goes on.
For Anthony Nighswander, rock-bottom unemployment is both a headache and an opportunity. For businesses and workers, it could be the key to reversing one of the country's most vexing economic problems: slow productivity growth.
We've been presenting our list of innovators under 35 for 18 years, long enough to spot some trends.
Researchers at Texas A&M University are utilizing virtual reality technology to improve an individual's public speaking skills.
An "increasingly open source world" needs specialists in Linux and other open source technologies.
Baldwin Wallace University's Jodi Tims, chair of ACM's Council on Women in Computing, discusses how an academic career in computer science offers exceptional rewards.
IDC 2018 was a fun conference with lots of great insights.
The primary means by which universities measure research impact and teaching excellence rely heavily on flawed metrics. And they are particularly flawed if you are a woman.
The United States has knocked China out of the No. 1 position in supercomputing.
Lecturer at University of Washington says he's standing up to political correctness. Many challenge his facts.
A grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will enable MIT to conduct a landscape analysis and code audit of all known open source authoring and publishing platforms.
Each summer the tribal college campuses and public universities of North Dakota open their doors to tribal students, instructors, and faculty for a series of collaborative STEM outreach programs.
A team from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University received first prize in the third annual 2018 agBOT Challenge in Indiana.
Fewer children in the U.K. are developing the digital skills that employers and government say are vital.
The Iowa Board of Education has adopted suggested computer science standards, which set new learning goals for students.
The University of Arizona is running a project designed to introduce visually impaired middle and high school students to career possibilities in STEM.
Alex Krizhevsky didn't get into the AI business to change the course of history.
Google has for years been a top destination for graduates of Stanford University, but now a student-led campaign is boycott interviewing at Google unless the Mountain View tech giant stops doing military projects.
The professor was incredulous.