This week's Campus Technology 2016 conference offered a wealth of ideas, conversations and commentary. Here are five takeaways.
A new report from NYU researchers found that printing orientation and insertion of fine defects could affect the outcome of 3D printed products.
Sorting out privacy settings for apps on a smartphone is no job for a mere mortal. A research project at Carnegie Mellon University found that most people preferred the settings offered up by an automated "personalized privacy assistant" compared to the ones they could figure out for themselves.
The new system, Riffle, uses several existing encryption techniques to provide anonymity for users.
The Michigan Cyber Range provides certification courses in more than 20 cybersecurity disciplines.
A Boston college has just completed an update to its video surveillance layout, increasing its number of security cameras twentyfold.
The National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense issue several designations to colleges and universities that are doing work to prepare students for careers in cyber defense and perform research.
A Pennsylvania university has gone public with its implementation of E-911 technology to expedite emergency calls on campus.
Just months after the University of North Georgia launched a center for cyber operations education, it has earned a designation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense from the Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency.
A company that specializes in data breach detection has introduced a version of its technology specifically for colleges and universities.