PITTSBURGH—Almost anything that can be made with paper, paint and cardboard can be animated with an educational robotics kit developed at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute. No technical experience is necessary to use the kit, but classroom teachers say it fosters interest in technology among students ages 11 and up.
On Tuesday, Twitter, General Electric, Google and eBay announced a new initiative called "Girls Who Code." By creating a mentoring and teaching program, they hope to increase the number of young women who become programmers and engineers.
Ayna Agarwal and Ellora Israni, Co-Chairs of she++ I received this email from Ayna Agarwal, a 19-year-old Stanford University student: I am contacting you because I am the Co-Founder, along with my friend, Ellora Israni, of Stanford University's...
Through R&D projects and working with experts from the Member States, the European Commission has been exploring the best ways to preserve, enrich and open up our cultural heritage for the benefit of today’s citizens and future generations. And for more than a decade, ICT has been recognised as a key technological solution
Peer-to-peer applications sometimes have a bad name because of Internet piracy. But the same technology that has long helped Internet users illegally share copyrighted music, games and videos now promises to help content providers stream video to millions of viewers simultaneously using a fraction of the bandwidth of traditional methods. The transition is being helped by EU-funded research.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Daresbury Laboratory in Cheshire is officially home to the UK’s most powerful supercomputer, capable of more than a thousand trillion calculations per second.
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