NASA's Minority Innovation Challenges Institute is offering grants for minority serving institutions to enter the University Student Launch Initiative or the Lunabotics Mining Competition in 2012.
In part 2 of this series, Kam divulges what area of engineering he'd enter right now if he were just getting into the field, what engineering can lend to life sciences, and how IEEE volunteer work in disaster zones deserves greater attention.
A university hospital in Southern California has begun using cloud computing to receive imaging work from a remote hospital to expedite the treatment of trauma patients.
A team from Laurentian University in Ontario, Canada has won NASA's Lunabotics Mining Competition.
The Fedora Project has released an update to its flagship Linux-based operating system, Fedora 15.
The University of Rhode Island has begun working with IBM on a project that will test out the company's ability to automate some of the work involved in connecting researchers to funding sources and collaborators.
In the first of this two-part interview, Moshe Kam examines the challenge of dwindling numbers of U.S. students in STEM fields and explains why he believes engineering could be saved by a greater focus on recruiting women and what could be the key to drawing them and others to the field.
The Oregon Community Colleges Healthcare Education Alliance is looking to expand availability of its healthcare-related degrees and certificates through distance education.
Graduate students in DePaul University are learning how to prototype applications with the aid of visualization software made available through the iRise campus program.
Fifty faculty members from 40 institutions in 14 countries have each received $10,000 grants from IBM for the work they're doing in developing innovative courseware and curriculum in healthcare, transportation, and city planning.