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STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math


New England College Wins Esports Sponsorship

The esports club at New England College has secured corporate support in the form of a sponsorship deal with HyperX, a manufacturer of computer memory and high-performance gaming components.

U Louisville Hosting Esports Tourney for High School, College Players

Kentucky's University of Louisville and Jefferson County Public Schools will host a new esports competition in a few months.

Growth Predicted for 3D Scanners Thanks to Affordability of High-End Features

3D scanners are expected to see rapid growth in the next few years. The devices allow users to scan real-world objects to convert them into 3D models for a range of purposes, including 3D printing.

Amgen and Harvard Launch Free Online Science Ed Platform

A new online science education platform offers free access to personalized learning content, virtual lab experiences and networking with the global scientific community.

New ASU Cybersecurity Boot Camp Tackling Skills Gap

Arizona State University's Continuing & Professional Education has partnered with Trilogy Education to launch a new cybersecurity boot camp geared toward adult learners.



Data and Machine Learning Propel Rise of Tech Jobs Through 2023

According to a new analysis by International Data Corp., the fastest growing roles in technology over the next five years will be data scientist (13.7 percent growth over that period), machine learning design/development/engineer (13.6 percent growth) and data engineer (12.9 percent growth).

Partnership Teaches Grads 'Human Skills' for Tech Industry

Not everybody is cut out for coding. Two universities have begun collaborating with a consulting company to teach their graduates and alumni skills for working in technology without forcing them learn how to program.

NJ Institute of Tech STEM Competition Engages Young Scientists

The New Jersey Institute of Technology welcomed 700 middle and high school students to participate in its annual New Jersey Science Olympiad. Participants competed in teams on 19 activities designed to test their STEM skills.

Study: Why Women Stick with Engineering

Young women have "many opportunity windows"during which the intervention of role models, particular kinds of messaging, involvement in engineering activities and the use of student-centered learning "can have a significant impact on her choices and persistence," according to a new report.

Interdisciplinary 3D Printing Project Has Real-World Impact

At Louisiana State University, an undergraduate student used 3D printing and a lot of ingenuity to create the first personalized human model for cancer research.