Back in 1992, UNLV engineering professors Brendan O'Toole and Darrell Pepper challenged their students to build the world's largest flying disc.
IBM wants to create 20 new California schools offering career training in science and technology, with the support of state lawmakers.
The Trump administration is considering strict measures to block Chinese citizens from performing sensitive research at American universities and research institutes over fears they may be acquiring intellectual secrets.
A teacher and students coding together make explicit the unwritten rules of programming.
The U.S. State Department's Internet Freedom agenda is being adapted to help them communicate without DNS and IP address filtering.
Praise matters just as much as money.
Yes, with one big exception.
Moving beyond self-selected computer science education in Switzerland.
Some thoughts on the way forward.
Researchers are exploring ways to put medical data to greater use while better protecting privacy.
Edwin Torres considers the enduring value of code comments, while Walid Saba wonders if we have overreacted to the knowledge acquisition bottleneck.
Meet the candidates who introduce their plans—and stands—for the Association.
We cannot understand the current gender disparity in computing without understanding the history of women in computing. How did we lose the women in computing? They did not just leave; they were pushed out.
The publishing landscape is changing, and ACM with it. We take this opportunity to describe what ACM thinks about recent trends, recent changes, and the future.
A spokesman for Iran's judiciary has confirmed that Abbas Edalat, a British-Iranian academic, has been arrested on security charges.
Students from the United States and Japan will talk with astronauts on the International Space Station this week as part of NASA's Year of Education on Station.
Army researchers have discovered what experienced information security teams already know: actual human interaction isn't a key to success when you already know your role on the team.
The U.S. Army is creating a virtual duplicate of our planet in which to drill troops.
Europe's leading scientists have crafted plans for a multinational European institute for artificial intelligence research.
In what has practically turned into an annual sign of spring, IBM rained layoff notices down on its tech workforce in late March and again in April.