An Indiana university that hosts a Toyota manufacturing education program expects to see a boost in admissions with a new marketing partnership the auto company has formed with an online STEM hub.
Three Washington state universities have been the recent recipients of new grants from Boeing for STEM initiatives.
Davidson College has tapped a private partner to help launch a tuition-free online coding program for students and graduates.
Global device shipments, including PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones, will decline by 3 percent this year, marking the second consecutive year of negative growth, according to a new report from market research firm Gartner.
The National Science Foundation has begun filling in the details of its national plan for big data research.
Course materials provider Rafter has closed its doors, citing a lack of time and resources to continue operations.
A professor at Texas A&M University is developing artificial intelligence (AI) technology for creating adaptive online courses.
A new virtual reality lab at Stanbridge College allows students to observe and interact with virtual-holographic 3D models and animations for medical training.
Vernier and the National Science Teachers Association have opened applications for their annual technology awards.
A major revamp of the federal regulations and funding rules related to career and technical education in this country is on hold after the United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions canceled a scheduled meeting.