Science, Technology, Engineering & Math

Libelium Launches Internet of Things Resources for Higher Ed

Libelium, a provider of hardware and APIs for wireless sensor networks, has launched an initiative designed to support technical education focused on the development of the Internet of Things

Internet2 Deal Gives Free Memberships to Society of Women Engineers

Internet2 has struck a deal with the Society of Women Engineers to give up to 200 women free membership in SWE.

USC Tool Taps Big Data to Bring Down Child Trafficking

A three-year research project at the University of Southern California wants to shutter child trafficking operations, and it's using big data searching to do it.

Ball State Students as Developers: Not Just Technology Users

Ball State University is known for offering its students not only the experience of using the latest technologies, but also the chance to develop them. CT spoke with Ball State University's Senior Software Engineer for Developing Technologies, Kyle Parker.

Russian Team Wins Battle of the Brains

Three students from St. Petersburg National Research University of IT, Mechanics and Optics won the International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals.

Partnerships and the Future of Research Universities in America

Freeman Hrabowski considers the need research universities have to become more inclusive in terms of working with agencies and other partners at multiple, different levels.

Vanderbilt U Wins NASA's Student Launch Challenge 3 Years Running

Vanderbilt University has won NASA's Student Launch Challenge for the third year in a row.

AWS Launches Free Educate Service for Academics

Amazon Web Services today debuted AWS Educate, a free service for educators and students that aims to prepare IT pros and developers for the cloud workforce.

'Hack to the Future' Puts MIT Student Engineers to the Test

By the end of the 30-year-old film classic Back to the Future Dr. Emmett "Doc" Brown persuades buddy Marty McFly and Marty's girlfriend Jennifer Parker to join him in his flying DeLorean time machine to help their future children. The day they arrive (in film two) is October 21, 2015. So MIT professors thought it made sense to use Back to the Future as the theme for this year's annual competition that marks the end of their mechanical engineering course 2.007 (design and manufacturing).

Gamers Test Cornell Students' Best Efforts in Game Design Showcase

The annual Cornell University Game Design Showcase allows the public to try out games designed by students over the last school year.