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Stevens Leads First NSF Center Devoted to Financial Technology and Science
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Stevens Leads First NSF Center Devoted to Financial Technology and Science

Stevens Institute of Technology will lead an industry-university cooperative research center devoted to financial technology and science. The U.S. National Science...

Unimpressed by Online Classes, College Students Seek Refunds
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Unimpressed by Online Classes, College Students Seek Refunds

Students at more than 25 U.S. universities are filing lawsuits against their schools demanding partial refunds on tuition and campus fees, saying they're not getting...

SlashData Survey Reveals Worldwide Developer Trends
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SlashData Survey Reveals Worldwide Developer Trends

A survey of over 17,000 developers in 159 countries reveals current thinking and practices on programming languages, open-source software, machine learning development...

Women in IT More Likely To Be Promoted Than Men, Study Finds
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Women in IT More Likely To Be Promoted Than Men, Study Finds

Research examining how gender affects promotions in the IT industry finds that women are more likely to be promoted in general but less likely to benefit from performance...

Hottest Silicon Valley Startups Begin to Sell Themselves at a Discount
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Hottest Silicon Valley Startups Begin to Sell Themselves at a Discount

U.S. startups have had to reset their expectations in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, and more than a quarter are projected to run out of cash before the expected...

Wireless Innovator Andrea Goldsmith Is First Woman to Win the Marconi Prize
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Wireless Innovator Andrea Goldsmith Is First Woman to Win the Marconi Prize

The Marconi Society has awarded the 2020 Marconi Prize to Andrea Goldsmith for her pioneering contributions to the theory and practice of adaptive wireless communications...

The Cubicle Is Back. Blame (or Thank) the Coronavirus
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The Cubicle Is Back. Blame (or Thank) the Coronavirus

As businesses reopen, social distancing rules will lead to new partitions between workspaces, reminiscent of the fabric-clad dividers of the 1980s.

Data Will Show How Schools Are Responding to Coronavirus
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Data Will Show How Schools Are Responding to Coronavirus

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Tulane University a $100,000 contract to collect data from approximately 150,000 school websites to see how the U.S...

Coronavirus Is Taking Its Toll on Tech's Unforgiving Work Culture
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Coronavirus Is Taking Its Toll on Tech's Unforgiving Work Culture

Silicon Valley's nonstop work culture clashes with work-from-home practices and the realities of family life.

Yuichiro Ajima of Fujitsu Honored for High-Dimensional Interconnect
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Yuichiro Ajima of Fujitsu Honored for High-Dimensional Interconnect

Yuichiro Ajima of Fujitsu will be awarded the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon, a national honor in Japan, for his work on high-dimensional interconnect technology...

How to Tell Whether You're the Victim of a Bad Peer Review
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How to Tell Whether You're the Victim of a Bad Peer Review

Isn't it amazing how many papers would be acceptable for publication — if it weren't for their failure to cite one of the peer reviewers?

As Workers Spread Out to Halt the Virus, Robots Fill the Gaps
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As Workers Spread Out to Halt the Virus, Robots Fill the Gaps

Social distancing requires rethinking the layout of workplaces. A new breed of robots can help keep factories and warehouses running.

Grad Student Used a Neural Network to Write His Papers
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Grad Student Used a Neural Network to Write His Papers

A student working on a master's degree in business used GPT-2, the text-generating algorithm created by research lab OpenAI, to write essays for two different courses...

University of Gothenburg Awards Vardi Honorary Doctorate
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University of Gothenburg Awards Vardi Honorary Doctorate

The University of Gothenburg in Sweden has awarded Moshe Y. Vardi, University Professor at Rice University, an honorary doctorate in information technology.

The Early Impact of COVID-19 on Tech Hiring
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The Early Impact of COVID-19 on Tech Hiring

The initial impact of the COVID-19 lockdown is less severe in tech than other industries, though many tech leaders were unprepared for the degree to which the pandemic...

Conformable Clothes Can Monitor Vital Signs
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Conformable Clothes Can Monitor Vital Signs

Form-fitting garments embedded with sensors could be used to remotely track a person's temperature and heart rate.

Gen Z Prefers Face-to-Face Instruction Over Remote Learning
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Gen Z Prefers Face-to-Face Instruction Over Remote Learning

Generation Z students have surprising preferences for face-to-face learning.

Tech Startups Are Laying Off Thousands
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Tech Startups Are Laying Off Thousands

With cash reserves drying up and investors scarce, hundreds of tech startups have shed workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Other have had to fully liquidate...

How Professors Adapted to the Shift to Remote Learning
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How Professors Adapted to the Shift to Remote Learning

Most professors used new teaching methods in this spring's massive shift to virtual courses, a new survey found. Half lowered expectations for the volume of student...

Coders Who Survived Human Trafficking Rewrite Their Identities
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Coders Who Survived Human Trafficking Rewrite Their Identities

At a Bay Area nonprofit, former abuse victims learn to code and level up their futures.
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