Researchers at Kansas State University are studying how to keep sensitive information safe when it's "aggressively" exchanged among systems.
President Obama Wednesday announced the expansion of the "Educate to Innovate" campaign, an initiative aimed at enhancing and encouraging STEM education throughout the country in order to allow the Unitee States to remain as competitive in scientific and technological research and innovation in the 21st century as it was in the 20th.
The University of Applied Sciences in Northwest Switzerland is involved in a project to give shoppers the ability to use a mobile phone to handle ordering and paying of goods at local farmers markets.
Engineers at Carnegie Mellon University have invented a machine that can inspect and grade strawberry plans and then sort them by quality.
In an effort to inspire K-12 students to pursue STEM education, as well as careers in the field, MIT has formed a strategic alliance with FIRST, a nonprofit dedicated to building interest in STEM-related education via innovative means.
Louisiana State University (LSU) has joined the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and Harvard University as the first institutions in the United States to enable eduroam, or education roaming.
A Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) team has won a $40,000 competition set up by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to explore how broad-scope problems can be tackled using social networking tools.
Three universities have joined up with a major defense contractor to research cyber threats. Purdue University, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge have joined with Northrop Grumman to take on some of the most complex cyber problems.
A new computer and network security course at Merrimack College in North Andover, MA is teaching students how to be hackers and phreakers.
Syracuse University students will gain mainframe experience on IBM gear as part of a multimillion dollar investment from IBM. The company has donated a System z10 to the New York school as well as software to the university's iSchool, the School of Information Studies.