News Update :: Tuesday, August 8, 2006


Rutgers to Lead Federal Media Sifting, Analysis Consortium

Rutgers University is getting $3 million from the federal government to lead a group of researchers scouring news stories, Internet sites, and other sources of information for clues that might indicate terrorist activity...

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U. of New Hampshire, U.S. Army Collaborate on IPv6 Testing

The University of New Hampshire’s Interoperability Laboratory completed a weeklong test of the “Moonv6” network, the world’s largest multi-vendor IPv6 next-generation Internet...

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WC3 Group to Internationalize Speech Synthesis Software

The World Wide Web Consortium has set goals for Web-based speech synthesis that would eventually enable people using many different languages to listen to synthesized speech on the Internet...

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Nike Founder Gives $105 Million Gift to Upgrade Stanford B-School

Nike Inc. founder Phil Knight will give $105 million to Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business...

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SCU Hosts Tech Business Boot Camp for Social Entrepreneurs

Santa Clara University’s (SCU) Center for Science, Technology and Society will host a two-week “boot-camp” this summer...

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Contracts, Deals, Awards

FSU Prof Gets Venture Funds for Electronic Paper Technology

A venture capital firm specializing in nanotechnology has bought licensing rights to commercialize...

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N.C. State Incorporates ERP Platform into Business Curriculum

N.C. State College of Management said it will use Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) technology from NetSuite Inc. in its business and accounting master programs...

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Indiana State Picks Open Content Manager for Laptop Program

Indiana State University (ISU) announced that it would use a content management suite from Xythos Inc. to support a campus initiative to require all faculty and students to use laptop computers starting with its fall 2007 freshman class...

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