The second annual picoCTF competition dares students in grades 6-12 to "reverse engineer, break, hack, decrypt or do whatever it takes" to solve computer challenges.
Canon has added a new high-resolution, high-light-output installation projector to its REALiS line of LCoS-based projectors.
As part of a National Science Foundation grant project, high school teachers are in the lab at Cornell University learning content to pass on to their own students.
A National Science Foundation grant will help students in Nebraska apply engineering skills to wearable technology.
Northrop Grumman, which does defense work for the United States government, has given $70,000 to the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs to support research into securing Defense Department networks.
The University of California, Irvine Extension has launched 12 new career readiness courses to be offered as four Coursera Specializations.
A company that monitors federal, state and local contracting has discovered that the expansion of 3D printing is growing in the public sector — including colleges and universities.
Mercy College in New York has implemented an enterprise constituent relationship management system for higher education to improve its communication with current and prospective students.
Tablets, projectors, cameras, interactive whiteboards, collaborative software and more will enhance STEM learning in a new classroom being dedicated this Friday at the Rochester Institute of Technology's College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST).
The University of San Diego has implemented a cloud solution to migrate data to the United Kingdom, so it can provide students in its international studies abroad program in Madrid, Spain with reliable access to core academic and administrative information systems.