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Teen's Book Encourages Young Girls to Study Computer Science
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Teen's Book Encourages Young Girls to Study Computer Science

Danielle Park, 15, wrote and self-published her own book on computer science principles and programming aimed at middle and high school students.

Teen Invents $41 Smartwatch That Can Monitor, Treat Drug Overdoses
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Teen Invents $41 Smartwatch That Can Monitor, Treat Drug Overdoses

Steve Dou, a California high school senior, created a smartwatch that measures a user's oxygen level, heart rate, and muscle movement to detect drug overdoses before...

Lab Forum to Focus on Machine Learning for Industry
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Lab Forum to Focus on Machine Learning for Industry

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will hold the virtual Machine Learning for Industry Forum in August for participants and attendees from industry, research...

Virtual Agents Match Humans in Role-Playing Practice of Leadership Skills
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Virtual Agents Match Humans in Role-Playing Practice of Leadership Skills

A virtual human can be as effective as a real person in helping individuals practice leadership skills, according to researchers at the Human Interface Technology...

DOE Will Spend $10M on Research to Tame Massive Data Sets
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DOE Will Spend $10M on Research to Tame Massive Data Sets

The U.S. Department of Energy will provide $10 million in funding on foundational research to address the challenges of managing and processing the increasingly...

CS Students Create Customizable Search Engine for Young Learners
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CS Students Create Customizable Search Engine for Young Learners

Computer science students from Johns Hopkins University and Georgia Institute of Technology created a search engine that tailors results to a user's reading level...

Using Emotion and Humor to Combat Science Misinformation
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Using Emotion and Humor to Combat Science Misinformation

Humor might help combat scientific misinformation published online and on social media, according to research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of...

Are You Confused by Scientific Jargon? So Are Scientists
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Are You Confused by Scientific Jargon? So Are Scientists

Scientific papers containing lots of specialized terminology are less likely to be cited by other researchers.

Embed Your Startup In The 'Secret City'
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Embed Your Startup In The 'Secret City'

An entrepreneurship program for national security-related technology startups will provide financial support and access to Los Alamos National Laboratory's resources...

InfoBot Virtual Assistant Supports Dartmouth Students and Faculty
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InfoBot Virtual Assistant Supports Dartmouth Students and Faculty

Dartmouth College has deployed a conversational AI named Dart to provide responses on technology and services within seconds to approximately 10,000 students and...

Course Bridges the Gap Between Computer Science and Art
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Course Bridges the Gap Between Computer Science and Art

Mark Santolucito's Creative Embedded Systems course at Barnard College bridges the worlds of art and computer science.

Researchers Demo High-Bandwidth Wireless Brain-Computer Interface
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Researchers Demo High-Bandwidth Wireless Brain-Computer Interface

Researchers at Brown University and clinical trial participants have demonstrated a wireless version of the BrainGate brain-computer interface.

Pandemic Threatens to Damage Careers of Women in STEM
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Pandemic Threatens to Damage Careers of Women in STEM

Ongoing strain of the COVID-19 pandemic and longstanding structural barriers threaten permanent damage to the careers of women in STEM, says Patricia Clark at the...

Students From Around the World Compete in Virtual HackPSU
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Students From Around the World Compete in Virtual HackPSU

The global pandemic didn't stop 644 students on 45 teams from around the world from competing in a virtual version of the student-run HackPSU hackathon earlier...

FAU Professor Receives Prestigious Blaise Pascal Medal
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FAU Professor Receives Prestigious Blaise Pascal Medal

Isaac Elishakoff, a distinguished research professor within the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Florida Atlantic University, has received the Blaise...

IBM Launches Its First Quantum Developer Certification
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IBM Launches Its First Quantum Developer Certification

IBM has launched its first developer certification for programming quantum computers.

Famous Stanford Coding Course Online for Free
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Famous Stanford Coding Course Online for Free

A free version of a popular Stanford intro to coding course is being offered online this spring.

Utah Program Helps Moms Transition to Tech Careers
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Utah Program Helps Moms Transition to Tech Careers

Valerie Witt made the transition from third-grade teacher to area partnership manager for Skill Struck, a provider of  computer science education platforms, with...

Four Students Recognized With ACM/CSTA 2020-21 Cutler-Bell Prize
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Four Students Recognized With ACM/CSTA 2020-21 Cutler-Bell Prize

Four graduating high school seniors throughout the U.S. were selected as recipients of the ACM/CSTA Cutler-Bell Prize in High School Computing.

Now Everyone Wants To Be a Software Developer
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Now Everyone Wants To Be a Software Developer

Computer programming and software development were the top choices for people looking to improve their employment opportunities in 2020, according to new research...
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