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In Lockdown, Mathematicians Crack a Stubborn Geometry Riddle
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In Lockdown, Mathematicians Crack a Stubborn Geometry Riddle

Mathematicians Joshua Greene and Andrew Lobb solved the century-old rectangular peg problem in geometry by brainstorming and holding weekly Zoom calls during the...

Digital Poetry: Five Ways to Combine Human and Computer Languages
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Digital Poetry: Five Ways to Combine Human and Computer Languages

Digital artists combine human and computer languages to create digital poetry.

Sandia Expands Access to Its Cyber Research Tools
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Sandia Expands Access to Its Cyber Research Tools

Sandia has created free cyber research tools for academic and research institutions.

Six Productivity Tips for Working From Home
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Six Productivity Tips for Working From Home

Just 30% of workers say they are more productive working from home during the pandemic. A survey identified six tips that make remote employees efficient and effective...

RIT Researchers Create Math-Aware Search Interface
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RIT Researchers Create Math-Aware Search Interface

Researchers at RIT have developed MathDeck, a math-aware search interface that  allows users to look up sophisticated math formulas on a computer.

New Director Takes the Helm at National Science Foundation
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New Director Takes the Helm at National Science Foundation

Sethuraman Panchanathan has been appointed as the 15th director of the U.S. National Science Foundation, starting his six-year term and promising to continue to...

Hands-On Research Experience Despite the Pandemic
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Hands-On Research Experience Despite the Pandemic

Texas A&M adapted elements of the NSF's traditional Research Experiences for Undergraduates internships into a fully online program with no residence requirement...

Tech Companies Slam Trump's Executive Order Restricting H-1B Visas
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Tech Companies Slam Trump's Executive Order Restricting H-1B Visas

Silicon Valley is pushing back against President Donald Trump's latest immigration curbs, this time including L-1 and H-1B visa programs that tech companies use...

Ants Inspire Researchers' Approach to Mathematical Sampling
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Ants Inspire Researchers' Approach to Mathematical Sampling

University of Bristol researchers observed the exploratory behavior of rock ants to inform the development of a more efficient mathematical sampling technique. ...

Amber Boehnlein Will Lead Lab's Computational Sciences Division
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Amber Boehnlein Will Lead Lab's Computational Sciences Division

Amber Boehnlein will lead Jefferson Lab's new Computational Sciences and Technology Division, which brings computer scientists, software developers, and system...

CS Grad Student Wins Initial Chandra Family Scholarship
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CS Grad Student Wins Initial Chandra Family Scholarship

Priti Prabhakar Wakodikar is the initial winner of the Chandra Family Scholarship established by Subhachandra Chandra and his wife, Nandita Dukkipati, to aid diversity...

World Ranking of Top Computer Scientists in 2020
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World Ranking of Top Computer Scientists in 2020

The sixth annual ranking of top scientists in computer science and electronics lists 1,000 leading experts in different countries, as well as within different universities...

The Dawn of 2020 Was a Boom Time for Tech Salaries
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The Dawn of 2020 Was a Boom Time for Tech Salaries

Technology occupations saw across-the-board wage increases in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. last year, according to Hired's 2020 State of Salaries Report.

Rural Summer Science Camp Goes Digital
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Rural Summer Science Camp Goes Digital

The pandemic is making the Rural Summer Science Camp for rural Wisconsin high school students and teachers entirely digital for the first time.

Digitize Your Dog Into a Computer Game
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Digitize Your Dog Into a Computer Game

Computer scientists at the University of Bath have developed motion capture technology that enables you to digitize a dog without using a motion capture suit.

Six Universities Join CIRTL Network Dedicated to Preparing Future STEM Faculty
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Six Universities Join CIRTL Network Dedicated to Preparing Future STEM Faculty

Six universities in the United States and Canada have joined the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL), a network of research universities...

College Will Host Summer Career Academy on Zoom
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College Will Host Summer Career Academy on Zoom

Grossmont College is hosting a summer career academy for students next month via Zoom.

Missouri S&T Offers Programming Boot Camps for Engineers and Professionals
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Missouri S&T Offers Programming Boot Camps for Engineers and Professionals

Missouri S&T is offering Computer Science Boot Camps to non-computer science engineers and other professionals online.

Student Receives $10,000 Google Women Techmakers Scholarship
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Student Receives $10,000 Google Women Techmakers Scholarship

Kendra Aumann-Weyenberg, a University of Wisconsin-Stout senior, is one of 100 students worldwide to win a $10,000 scholarship from the Google Women Techmakers...

Bjarne Stroustrup Releases Paper on How C++ Thrived
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Bjarne Stroustrup Releases Paper on How C++ Thrived

Bjarne Stroustrup, the 69-year-old creator of C++, describes the history and growth of the programming language in a new 168-page paper.
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