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U.S. No Longer Preeminent Science and Engineering Leader, Report Says
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U.S. No Longer Preeminent Science and Engineering Leader, Report Says

The United States is still a world leader in R&D spending and science and engineering education, but is not making sufficient headway in recruiting underrepresented...

Digital Talent Shortages Pose 'Existential Threat' to Business
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Digital Talent Shortages Pose 'Existential Threat' to Business

Fifty-nine percent of employers report that not having enough skilled employees has had a major or moderate impact on their business.

UBID Marks the Spot
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UBID Marks the Spot

PNNL researchers have developed software that uses geographical data to build an open-source grid reference system, providing a precise method to declare a location...

Biden Plans Effort to Retain International Science, Tech Students
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Biden Plans Effort to Retain International Science, Tech Students

President Biden unveiled plans to retain international STEM students by permitting them to stay in the U.S. for up to three years of training on cultural-exchange...

Tech Salaries Just Hit Record Highs. Many Developers Still Feel Underpaid
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Tech Salaries Just Hit Record Highs. Many Developers Still Feel Underpaid

Tech workers are happier than ever with their record high levels of pay, yet nearly half feel they are not fairly compensated.

Employee Surveillance Is Exploding With Remote Work
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Employee Surveillance Is Exploding With Remote Work

An array of tech tools monitor worker bees no matter where they pollinate.

Prison Education Program Focuses on Computing Skills for Women
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Prison Education Program Focuses on Computing Skills for Women

Brave Behind Bars is an introductory computer science and career-readiness program for incarcerated women founded in 2020 and based out of The Educational Justice...

This 22-Year-Old Builds Chips in His Parents' Garage
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This 22-Year-Old Builds Chips in His Parents' Garage

22-year-old Sam Zeloof used a collection of salvaged and homemade equipment to produce a chip with 1,200 transistors. Next up: a chip on the scale of Intel's historic...

How Gate Set Tomography Diagnostic Validates Quantum Processors
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How Gate Set Tomography Diagnostic Validates Quantum Processors

Researchers used a precision diagnostic called gate set tomography developed at Sandia National Laboratories to develop and validate highly reliable quantum processors...

Cloud-Based Platform Opens Genomics Data to All
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Cloud-Based Platform Opens Genomics Data to All

A team co-led by Johns Hopkins University computer scientist Michael Schatz has created a cloud-based platform that grants researchers easy access to one of the...

Plan Will Send Rehabilitation Robots Home With Stroke Patients
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Plan Will Send Rehabilitation Robots Home With Stroke Patients

Rehabilitation robots developed by researchers from Chulalongkorn University and Chula Medicine will be available for use at home by recovering stroke patients....

CS Student Becomes a Millionaire Selling Selfies as NFTs
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CS Student Becomes a Millionaire Selling Selfies as NFTs

Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali, a 22-year-old computer science student in Indonesia, has converted as many as 1,000 of his selfies taken over the course of five years...

Universities See Talent 'Bonanza' from China's Crackdown on Tech
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Universities See Talent 'Bonanza' from China's Crackdown on Tech

China's regulatory crackdown on its previously untouchable tech giants has led to a steady drain of top talent returning to academic posts.

The Skills, Programming Languages Employers Need Amid Developer Shortage
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The Skills, Programming Languages Employers Need Amid Developer Shortage

Finding qualified developers will be biggest recruitment challenge for hiring managers in 2022, according to 14,000 developers and technology recruiters polled...

How COVID-19 Changed Computer Science Education
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How COVID-19 Changed Computer Science Education

The global pandemic has forced lecturers and academics to transform how computer science is taught.

Weird Computer-Generated Phrases Tip-Off Scientific Publishing Fraud
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Weird Computer-Generated Phrases Tip-Off Scientific Publishing Fraud

A computer system named the Problematic Paper Screener searches through published scientific research and seeks out nonsensical computer-generated "tortured phrases"...

Algorithm Looks to Optimize Thermostats and Reduce Emissions
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Algorithm Looks to Optimize Thermostats and Reduce Emissions

Felix Bünning and Benjamin Huber developed an algorithm that controls building temperatures predictively rather than reactively, an approach that consumes significantly...

China Sees Uptick in 2021 U.S. Patent Grants, Analysis Shows
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China Sees Uptick in 2021 U.S. Patent Grants, Analysis Shows

An analysis of 2021 U.S. patent applications by IFI Claims Patent Services provides insight into the most innovative companies and R&D organizations.

Crypto Talent Wars Fuel Sweeter Salaries, Better Perks
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Crypto Talent Wars Fuel Sweeter Salaries, Better Perks

Crypto startups are boosting pay and benefits as venture money floods the category and competition for talent soars.
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