The University of Notre Dame has gone public with its installation of a high performance cluster for its scientific research computing work, adding a nearly 6,000 core cluster to its Center for Research Computing.
Maplesoft has announced the release of Maple T.A. 6, the newest version of its Maple T.A. testing and assessment software.
A standardized "express" technology transfer license developed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill could expand the number of start-up companies formed from university research and help maintain American competitiveness. That's the conclusion of a report put out by the university and a foundation that promotes entrepreneurism.
In an effort to promote science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education in K-12, the National Science Foundation has awarded Dartmouth College a $2.5 million grant to bring together graduate students with middle school teachers.
Women conducting research in the life sciences receive on average about $13,000 less than their male counterparts--a salary gap that can't be explained by productivity or other professional factors.
Canon has rolled out an LCoS projector for medical educators, one with a feature that displays digital CAT Scans, X-Rays, and MRIs accurately on a screen that's considerably larger than a PACS workstation monitor.
In and effort to reduce server expense and lab set-up time, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in New York has moved its virtual operations to the cloud in a number of IT courses.
More students are majoring in computer science for the second year in a row, increases that counter the steep decline the field saw during the latter half of the last decade.
Adding career "onramps" and "offramps" for technical employees to follow in the organizations that employ them will help in the advancement of women in technology, according to a new research report.
While biological differences between the genders could play a role in women's propensity to move away from STEM fields, the research is inconclusive, according to a review of research projects on the topic done by the AAUW. More likely, according to the researchers, is that cultural factors have a greater impact in the underrepresentation of women in science, technology, engineering, and math.