Nominations are now open for the 2014 CT Innovators Awards.
The creation of a real-life invisibility cloak just took another stride forward. Engineers at the University of Texas at Austin have come up with a design for a cloaking device that makes it "invisible" or undetectable to parts of the electromagnetic spectrum over a greater number of frequencies.
The University of Michigan will expand its implementation of data center management software to all of its academic, research and medical systems.
A new university management system developed by an Indian software company is helping to power institutional operations for a number of Malaysian schools.
Silicon Mechanics will donate a complete high-performance computing cluster, worth approximately $190,000, as part of its third Annual Research Cluster Grant competition.
A researcher at the Florida International University in Miami is tackling the age-old problem of how to get people to stop using their cars and start using public transportation, particularly in locations that are "car-obsessed."
A team of researchers from the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a new data compression method that could help with the capture and analysis of massive amounts of data in real time.
Three education organizations are teaming up to deliver training to principals about how to create digital learning environments in their schools.
A center in North Carolina that develops curriculum, assessments, and other resources for teachers in science, technology, and math subjects has just received a grant to help it create new STEM tools.
A software-as-a-service application that allows teams of users to create online courses has gone into open beta.