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  • Harvard Tries Air Efficiency System in New Green Building

    Harvard Law School is implementing a new air efficiency system in a building that's expected to receive LEED Gold Certification.

  • MIT Students Set up Voice Apps with Web-Based Toolkit

    A design course at MIT has tapped a software donation from a company that sells interactive voice response systems to help students learn how to create voice applications.

  • Chicago State Overhauls Management of IT Systems

    Chicago State University, a public university in Illinois with a campus community of 7,200, will be implementing a new infrastructure monitoring platform for its IT operations.

  • Joliet JC Adds Capella to Transfer List

    A community college in Illinois has added an academic partnership with one of the world's largest online universities to its transfer options. Students at Joliet Junior College will be able to transfer credits and receive reduced tuition from Capella University, a for-profit institution that specializes in online degree programs for working adults.

  • How Secure Is Your Smart Implant?

    The real purpose behind this scientist's research into the security of implanted medical devices is to examine the psychological impact and legal implications, as well as the technological possibilities.