When President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday issuing a temporary ban on immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, it went into effect immediately.
At Georgia State's nursing school, the faculty used to believe that students who got a poor grade in "Conceptual Foundations of Nursing" probably wouldn't go on to graduation.
The University of Michigan is receiving $3 million in funding from the Michigan Institute for Data Sciences to support three projects that will address issues in health and genetics using big data techniques.
Researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Network Science Collaborative Technology Alliance (NSCTA) recently held the first hackathon at the Adelphi Laboratory Center in Maryland.
The National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics has released the 2017 Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering report, the U.S. government's most comprehensive look at the participation of these groups in science and engineering education and employment.
NCSES Publishes Latest Women, Minorities, and Persons With Disabilities in Science and Engineering Report
The U.S. National Science Foundation's National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics has published a report quantifying the underrepresentation of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities in science and engineering.
Technology executives have for days assailed President Trump's executive order suspending immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries, framing their arguments largely in moral terms.
Fear sells in the computer security business.
The computer science program at Colorado State University is making a concentrated effort to attract female students and create a more diverse and welcoming environment within the department.
The University of California, Berkeley recently launched the RISELab, which aims to improve how machines make intelligent decisions based on real-time input.
Four of the best professional poker players in the world spent most of January holed up at the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, losing.
President Donald Trump's broad executive order to restrict visas and refugees particularly from Muslim countries left tech giants like Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft scrambling on Saturday to safeguard their employees and register their opposition with the White House.
We should think twice before allowing autonomous AI systems to decide what research warrants publication.
Investments in Israe's cybersecurity industry jumped 9 percent in 2016, a year when the world suffered a successful cyberattack on a national power grid, a massive e-mail leak that may have altered U.S. elections, and an $81 million central bank heist, according to a new report from Start-Up Nation Central.
As we look ahead to the Trump presidency, instead of scapegoating, we need significant investments in a sustainable education strategy that prepares youths to effectively participate in the world of tomorrow.
Assuring learners from less-developed countries they belong and affirming their core values can help them succeed in massive open online courses, according to a study led by Stanford University.
In the 1960s, Mercury astronauts Alan Shepard, Gus Grissom, John Glenn and others absorbed the accolades of being the first men in space.
The market for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies is flourishing.
Next time you’re searching for a new job, look to Siri for inspiration.
Universities across the U.S. have developed programs to attract women and under-represented minorities to STEM fields. Why aren't such efforts leading more STEM students to careers in research or academia?