Two professors, one from Penn State and the other at Cornell University, have received grants from Google to research privacy issues connected to "deep learning."
A classroom at the University of Arizona is part of a study to find the best way to leverage physical classroom space to implement active learning initiatives.
Sixteen universities have been named to lead research centers to study nanoscale science, engineering and technology.
Comcast has launched a pilot program to offer its low-cost, high-speed Internet adoption program, Internet Essentials, to more than 90,000 community college students who are recipients of Federal Pell Grants in Illinois.
A professor at Texas A&M University has received a $3.5-million grant from the United States Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences to continue work on her project to improve reading comprehension for fourth- and fifth-graders who go to school in high-poverty areas.
The culture of "making" and its potential to revive manufacturing and drive the national economy is getting National Science Foundation attention.
Two Indiana universities will be tapping into an amply funded federal program designed to expand the nation's flexible hybrid electronics manufacturing sector.
Institutions that find technology-based solutions to higher education challenges are rewarded with the annual awards program.
The partnership between Olin College and the Ocean Alliance intended to use drone technology — the "bot" — to collect samples of blow — the "snot" — from whales has succeeded in reaching and exceeding its Kickstarter goal of $225,000.
The San Diego Supercomputer Center has received an extension from the National Science Foundation to continue operating the supercomputer known as Gordon until August 31, 2016.