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Stanford Seeks Volunteers to Help Teach Its Online Coding Course
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Stanford Seeks Volunteers to Help Teach Its Online Coding Course

Stanford is seeking volunteer instructors to assist with its online introductory coding class, which it is offered to the public free of charge.

D-Wave Offers Free Quantum Computer Access to Anyone Working on Coronavirus Crisis
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D-Wave Offers Free Quantum Computer Access to Anyone Working on Coronavirus Crisis

D-Wave is making made its quantum computers and supportive expertise available for free to researchers and developers working on responses to the coronavirus (COVID...

Five Top U.S. Tech Companies Get 'F' Grade on Gender Pay Equity
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Five Top U.S. Tech Companies Get 'F' Grade on Gender Pay Equity

Five leading U.S. technology companies got the lowest mark of "F" in the third annual "Gender Pay Scorecard" report by investment manager Arjuna Capital and Proxy...

Internet Pioneer Vint Cerf Tests Positive For COVID-19
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Internet Pioneer Vint Cerf Tests Positive For COVID-19

Tech pioneer Vinton G. Cerf, one of the co-creators of the modern Internet, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a tweet Cerf sent out Monday morning....

How Effective Is Online Learning? What the Research Does and Doesn't Tell Us
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How Effective Is Online Learning? What the Research Does and Doesn't Tell Us

Comparisons of online and in-person classes indicate that online classes aren't as effective as in-person classes for most students.

'Pandemic Drone' in Development to Detect People Infected With Coronavirus
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'Pandemic Drone' in Development to Detect People Infected With Coronavirus

A 'pandemic drone' to remotely monitor and detect people with infectious respiratory conditions is being developed by the University of South Australia in partnership...

The Professors Who Call 'BS' on Covid-19 Misinformation
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The Professors Who Call 'BS' on Covid-19 Misinformation

University of Washington professors Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom are policing Twitter feeds, Medium posts, and other sources of bad data and misleading charts. ...

Work-From-Home Tech Confessions
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Work-From-Home Tech Confessions

Unless you've been a full-time work-from-home type since before the arrival of COVID-19, WFH is uncharted territory full of missteps, problems, and unexpected consequences...

Primer on Communicating With Virtual Teams
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Primer on Communicating With Virtual Teams

The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the number of teams working virtually. Leaders of virtual teams need to communicate expectations clearly, choose the appropriate...

Open Source Ventilator Projects: Status and Challenges
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Open Source Ventilator Projects: Status and Challenges

Thousands of engineers are trying to help the design of open source ventilators to address a possibly imminent life-threatening shortage caused by the COVID-19...

How We Got Our Start In The Tech Industry
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How We Got Our Start In The Tech Industry

Six black women discuss how they got started in tech, provide advice to other black women looking to start in the industry, and suggest what tech companies can...

Why The U.S. Is Still The Leading Destination for CS Graduate Studies
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Why The U.S. Is Still The Leading Destination for CS Graduate Studies

Year after year, students from around the world choose to carry out their computer science graduate studies in the United States, but why?

U.S. Women in Tech Still Paid Less Than Men
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U.S. Women in Tech Still Paid Less Than Men

A study of salary survey data by job search site Dice indicated that U.S. women in technology fields still earn less than men overall.

Working From Home: Common Challenges and How to Tackle Them
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Working From Home: Common Challenges and How to Tackle Them

Remote working is more complicated than it first seems. Here are some issues to consider.

Fish Scales Could Make Wearable Electronics More Sustainable
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Fish Scales Could Make Wearable Electronics More Sustainable

Flexible temporary electronic displays could be derived from fish scales, a plentiful, environmentally friendly, and biodegradable alternative to plastic.

Free Online Course to Support Higher Education Faculty During Pandemic
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Free Online Course to Support Higher Education Faculty During Pandemic

A free online course has been launched to help higher education faculty members and instructional staff who must teach remotely during the coronavirus pandemic....

Tech Leaders Launch Open Database of Scientific Articles to Fight Coronavirus
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Tech Leaders Launch Open Database of Scientific Articles to Fight Coronavirus

Five organizations have released an open dataset of over 29,000 scientific articles in the hopes of spurring artificial intelligence experts to develop new techniques...

Coronavirus Heightens Risk of Cybercrime in the Workplace, Expert Warns
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Coronavirus Heightens Risk of Cybercrime in the Workplace, Expert Warns

Heightened fear and anxiety related to COVID-19 makes people more vulnerable targets for cyber hackers, says Professor David Simpson at Virginia Tech.

Graphene Innovation Is Music To Your Ears
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Graphene Innovation Is Music To Your Ears

GraphAudio is looking to commercialize graphene-based technology that could transform devices such as speakers, earbuds, headphones, and other audio technologies...

Gender Gap Narrows In Research and Innovation but Inequality Persists, Report Shows
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Gender Gap Narrows In Research and Innovation but Inequality Persists, Report Shows

A global analysis reveals progress toward gender parity in research and innovation, but finds that women still trail men in the number of publication outputs, citations...
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