Tag: Science and Technology

April 16, 2019

Sending Data Via Light

Most wireless communications use RF or radio frequency communications to send data back and forth. But all that information can slow things down. One National Science Foundation supported researcher is using light to send information

April 14, 2019

Who Runs the World? TechnoGirls

Women are woefully underrepresented in technology, science, engineering and mathematics jobs in South Africa. But for the last decade, a homegrown, UNICEF-supported program has worked to bring 11,000 lower-income high school girls into these industries

April 3, 2019

Historic Cities and Art Come To Lif...

Digital mapping technology has been around for awhile, but it’s only recently that it’s been applied to art history. University researchers are receiving grants from sources such as the Getty Foundation to build web applications for users to explore and research historic sites

February 9, 2019

What is 5G?

What you need to know about the next generation of broadband technology

January 23, 2019

On the Night Shift, an Office Secur...

Cameras and alarms keep offices and warehouses safe worldwide. But a new kind of security guard is making the rounds looking for anything that is unusual

January 10, 2019

Smart Mirrors May Be Motivation to ...

Finding the motivation to get in shape can be difficult, but a new category of smart mirrors won’t let users off the hook. Tina Trinh reports

January 7, 2019

US Gadget Love Forecast to Grow Des...

The January 8-11 Las Vegas trade event offers a glimpse into new products and services designed to make people’s lives easier, fun and more productive, reaching across diverse sectors such as entertainment, health, transportation, agriculture and sports

Technology Enhances Food Delivery E...

Self-driving technology is making online shopping a more convenient, more cost-effective experience. One new startup in San Jose, California, is launching a fully driverless delivery service, which many predict is something customers will be seeing a lot more of in the future

December 8, 2018

Mother of the Hubble Telescope

Nancy Grace Roman, one of the first female scientists at NASA. She is known to many as the “Mother of the Hubble” for her role in developing the Hubble Space Telescope

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