Science, Technology, Engineering & Math


Carnegie Mellon Wins Fifth International RoboCup

The CMDragons, a robot soccer team developed by computer scientists from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), have won the 2015 Robot World Cup Initiative (RoboCup), which was held on July 22 in Hefei, China.

STEM Teaching Needs Reboot

A group of research-active science faculty members has called for "immediate change" to improve the quality of university STEM education.

Texas A&M and Texas CCs Team Up to Boost to Engineering Degrees

A Texas university and four community colleges are working together to draw students into engineering and keep them on track to graduation.

Digi-Key, ARM Partner on Labs-in-a-Box

Digi-Key Electronics is partnering with ARM's University Program to help make the latter's Lab-in-a-Box available to universities.

Rochester Institute of Tech Expands Kids on Campus Summer Offerings

A well-known summer program for children at the Rochester Institute of Technology has expanded its offerings this year to include such courses as video production, 3D digital graphics and even traditional art.



NYU Poly Gets $3.5 Million To Train 500 NYC STEM Teachers

The New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering has received two gifts worth $3.5 million that represent the start of a five-year $10.5-million fundraising campaign to support the NYU Center for K12 STEM Education's initiative to train 500 New York City teachers in science, technology, education and math.

Vernier's Go Wireless Link Connects Scientific Sensors to Mobile Devices

Students can use the device to help them collect and analyze data from more than 40 different sensors.

U Colorado Boulder Hosts Photo Origami STEM Workshops

The University of Colorado Boulder is hosting STEM workshops focused on its photo origami research for K-12 students and teachers.

Rochester Institute of Tech Debuts Student Camps, Teacher Workshops in Cybersecurity

The Rochester Institute of Technology is launching a summer workshop for teachers and camps for middle and high school students interested in learning about cybersecurity.

Student Hackathon Builds Out Assistive Tech

An assistive technologies hackathon at MIT has kicked off development of a low-cost sip-and-puff joystick controller that allows the user to operate a smartphone, tablet or laptop.