News Update :: Tuesday, July 11, 2006

News

Pushing for Gender Parity, SMU Hosts Girls Summer Camp

Southern Methodist University’s engineering department is sponsoring a summer camp for girls to promote interest in and the value of engineering as a field of study...

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Tech in Education Society to Revive Ed Tech Standards

K-16 education technology leaders met last week to accelerate a dialogue on the National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S)...

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U. Oregon Banks Major National Science Foundation Grant

The National Science Foundation awarded the University of Oregon a five-year, $3.2 million grant designed to link Oregon universities to international technology firms...

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Wearable Device Would Catch Seizures Before They Occur

Researchers at MIT and Harvard are preparing trials of a device for treating epilepsy...

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Carnegie Mellon Poker Program Aims to Flush Competition

A Carnegie Mellon University computer scientist is working on a computer program that can win at poker...

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Contracts, Deals, Awards

Utah State Tech Sends Wireless Reports on Livestock Heath

Utah State University's College of Agriculture signed a deal with TekVet...

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Indian Business Academy Deals for Wireless Campus Tech

The Indian Business Academy, a graduate business school in Bangalore, India, made a deal with wireless infrastructure provider Proxim, Inc...

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Campus Technology 2006
in Boston, July 31-August 3, 2006

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