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21 Percent of Academic Citations Go to 1 Percent of Scientists
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21 Percent of Academic Citations Go to 1 Percent of Scientists

The top 1% of researchers increased their share of academic citations from 14 percent in 2000 to 21 percent in 2015, according to research from Aarhus University...

Extreme-Scale Computing Program Seeks Applications for 2021
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Extreme-Scale Computing Program Seeks Applications for 2021

Applications are being accepted for ATPESC 2021, an intensive training program that teaches key skills and tools for working with leading class supercomputers and...

Hundreds of UK Academics Investigated Over Links to China
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Hundreds of UK Academics Investigated Over Links to China

Up to 200 U.K. academics working at more than a dozen British universities are being investigated on suspicion of unwittingly breaching laws designed to protect...

Algorithms May Lead to More Robust Machine Learning Applications
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Algorithms May Lead to More Robust Machine Learning Applications

Scientists are looking to develop algorithms based on mathematical objects known as manifolds and Lie groups to make more efficient machine learning applications...

Pentagon Says STEM Education Deficit is Weakening America
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Pentagon Says STEM Education Deficit is Weakening America

The United States risks losing its competitive advantage if it fails to equip its workforce with the education and skills to develop and field complex, cutting-edge...

Does Time Management Actually Work?
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Does Time Management Actually Work?

A meta-analysis reveals that time management leads to more life satisfaction than improved job performance.

Finalists Named for the 2021 Hertz Fellowships
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Finalists Named for the 2021 Hertz Fellowships

The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation announced 48 finalists for the 2021 Hertz Fellowship in applied science, mathematics, and engineering. Hertz Fellows to be...

IBM Outlines Its Quantum Computing Software Roadmap
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IBM Outlines Its Quantum Computing Software Roadmap

IBM laid out a software roadmap for quantum computing that will include the release the Qiskit runtime this year, and updated software interfaces, circuit libraries...

Researchers Create Photonic Digital-to-Analog Converter
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Researchers Create Photonic Digital-to-Analog Converter

Researchers at George Washington University and the University of California, Los Angeles, have developed and demonstrated a photonic digital-to-analog converter...

Imaging Tech Can Identify Counterfeit Travel Docs, Researchers Say
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Imaging Tech Can Identify Counterfeit Travel Docs, Researchers Say

Researchers at the University of Kent have found that optical coherence tomography imaging technology can be utilized to distinguish between legitimate and counterfeit...

The Impact of Chief Diversity Officers on Faculty Hiring
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The Impact of Chief Diversity Officers on Faculty Hiring

An examination of faculty and administrator hiring data at U.S. universities did not find significant statistical evidence that preexisting growth in diversity...

'Everyone Can Benefit': HBCU Adds Coding Program
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'Everyone Can Benefit': HBCU Adds Coding Program

Norfolk State University, with the support of Apple and other historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), will add a coding curriculum for all students...

Invention Turns Students Into Computer Programmers
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Invention Turns Students Into Computer Programmers

Technology curriculum and kits from Firia Labs is transforming public school kids across the U.S. into computer programmers.

Learning Robotics Is Becoming Fundamental for Youth
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Learning Robotics Is Becoming Fundamental for Youth

Given the inevitability of robots in our future, we should be doubling down on efforts to teach robotics to the next generation.

Quantum Computers Not 'Supreme' Against Classical Systems, IBM Exec Says
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Quantum Computers Not 'Supreme' Against Classical Systems, IBM Exec Says

Quantum machines will work in concert with classical computers and will not reign supreme over them, says Director of IBM Research India Gargi Dasgupta.

Researchers Aim for AI-Enabled System to Save Lives on the Battlefield
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Researchers Aim for AI-Enabled System to Save Lives on the Battlefield

A $3.1 million grant will help researchers from Rensselaer and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory  develop an AI system that evaluates the skills needed for prolonged...

How is the Brain Programmed for Computer Programming?
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How is the Brain Programmed for Computer Programming?

Researchers in Japan examined the brain activity of programmers and found that seven regions in an expert programmer's brain are fine-tuned for programming, illuminating...

One-Third of Tech Workers Say They Work 3-to-4 Hours a Day
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One-Third of Tech Workers Say They Work 3-to-4 Hours a Day

Not all tech professionals are logging more hours while working remotely during the pandemic.

2021's Best & Worst Metro Areas for STEM Professionals
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2021's Best & Worst Metro Areas for STEM Professionals

A comparision of the 100 largest metropolitan statistical areas across 20 key metrics determined the best markets for STEM professionals in the United States.

Donation Funds D-Coding Diversity Program
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Donation Funds D-Coding Diversity Program

A donation from Google distinguished engineer Jim Bankoski is behind the Diversifying Coding (D-Coding) program at Binghamton University's Watson College designed...
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