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Why Do Men Publish More Papers Than Women? Motherhood Plays Key Role
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Why Do Men Publish More Papers Than Women? Motherhood Plays Key Role

Women in academia typically experience a significant decline in productivity after having children while men do not, which researchers attribute to persistent differences...

Amazon and Code.org Plan New Curriculum to Support CS Diversity
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Amazon and Code.org Plan New Curriculum to Support CS Diversity

Amazon is making a $15 million donation to nonprofit Code.org to support the development and launch of a new equity-minded Advanced Placement computer science programming...

India Will Need Nine Times As Many Digital Skilled Workers by 2025: AWS Report
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India Will Need Nine Times As Many Digital Skilled Workers by 2025: AWS Report

The number of workers requiring digital skills will grow over five-fold in six Asia-Pacific countries over the next five years, according to a report commissioned...

AI Can Write A Passing College Paper In 20 Minutes
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AI Can Write A Passing College Paper In 20 Minutes

AI can write a paper for a college course in 20 minutes that receives a passing grade from a panel of professors, according to an experiment from EduRef.

International Lab to Focus on Interface of AI and Humans
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International Lab to Focus on Interface of AI and Humans

A newly launched international research laboratory comprising French and Australian scientists will focus on how humans interact and live with autonomous systems...

The AI Research Paper Was Real. The 'Coauthor' Wasn't
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The AI Research Paper Was Real. The 'Coauthor' Wasn't

An AI researcher at IBM found his name on two papers with which he had no connection.

Including Videos in College Teaching Usually Improves Student Learning, Study Finds
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Including Videos in College Teaching Usually Improves Student Learning, Study Finds

Replacing existing teaching methods with videos in higher education leads to small improvements in learning, and adding video to existing approaches results in...

Star Employees Get Most of the Credit – and Blame
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Star Employees Get Most of the Credit – and Blame

"Star" employees tend to get more than their share of the credit when things go well in a collaborative project, and more of the blame when they don't, a study...

Tencent Will Fund Cambridge Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
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Tencent Will Fund Cambridge Postdoctoral Research Fellowship

A gift from technology giant Tencent will fund a new five-year postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Cambridge.

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...

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...

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.

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...
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