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Delaware News Roundup: Innovation Space’s first fund has more money and resources for science startups

Editor’s note: This story first appeared as a newsletter alongside a roundup of Technical.ly’s Delaware’s top reports of the week, jobs and more. Subscribe here to get Delaware technology, business and innovation updates delivered to your inbox on Thursdays. Great news for science startups. Delaware Innovation Space has increased the …

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Mapua University and DOST Launch Technology Business Incubator “Think and Tinker Laboratory”

Mapua-DOST Think & Tinker Laboratory On January 27, 2022, the University of Mapúa launched the DOST-Mapúa Think and Tinker Lab, a technology business incubator (TBI) designed to support spin-off projects, start-ups and entrepreneurs – incubated – under form of training courses, and access to its laboratories and experts. The new …

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Rose-Hulman Alumni Duo Brings Strategic Vision and Technology Expertise to the Board

The board added the knowledge, talent and experience of two successful alumni in technology career fields who also have an understanding and appreciation for developing higher education strategies. Kelly (Sullivan) Noel and Koushik Subramanian will begin their terms at the institute this spring. Noel is vice president of the business …

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MAM College to be Developed as Innovation Hub: Kansal – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Dignitaries at the inauguration of a two-day national conference at Maulana Azad Memorial College in Jammu. National Science Day celebrated Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, February 27: Principal Secretary for Higher Education Rohit Kansal said today that our education system needs to reorient itself to equip students with skills in line with …

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Dinesh C Sharma’s ‘Indian Innovation’: It’s ‘jugaad’ versus innovation: The Tribune India

Sandep Sinha THE role of science and technology in India’s development and the advances that have helped the nation grow in the face of constraints form the subject of the book. From independence, the country emphasized the role of science in development, Nehru himself describing the first major industries as …

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Origin of magnets observed directly for the first time using electron microscopy

The joint development team of Professor Shibata (University of Tokyo), JEOL Ltd. and Monash University succeeded in directly observing an atomic magnetic field, the origin of magnets (magnetic force), for the first time in the world. The observation was made using the new Magnetic Fieldless Atomic Resolution STEM (MARS) (1). …

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Emirates News Agency – The Emirates Scientists Council showcases the contribution of the scientific community to the development of the UAE

ABU DHABI, 23rd February, 2022 (WAM) — The Emirates Council of Scientists (ESC), chaired by Sarah bint Yousif Al Amiri, Minister of State for Advanced Technology, has held the first meeting of its third cycle to discuss the role of advice on contributing to the major national initiatives launched within …

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TGen and Deepcell Collaborate to Use AI-Based Technology to Classify and Isolate Diseased Cells

The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), a subsidiary of City of Hope, is partnering with a Silicon Valley company to become one of the first research institutes in the world to use new imaging and sorting technology based on artificial intelligence to classify and isolate individual diseased cells. TGen’s Science …

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Stop discouraging girls from taking science and engineering classes, parents warn

Sunday Aborisade, Abuja The STEM Damsel Network has warned Nigerian parents about gender stereotypes and cultural practices of girls that could threaten their future careers. The non-governmental organization said discouraging girls from taking science, technology, engineering and math courses could have negative impacts on their careers. He insisted it could …

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Grant Will Fund Crop-to-Food Innovation Undergraduate Training Program | Nebraska today

A research team from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has received a $742,000 grant from the we Department of Agriculture to create the Undergraduate Research and Extension Experiments Program. The five-year Crop-to-Food Innovation program will provide students with 10-week summer research experiences and training in science communication and leadership. The project …

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Yushan Yan elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Yushan Yan, a professor of engineering at the University of Delaware and an expert in electrochemical engineering for sustainability, received one of the highest professional honors in his field upon his recent election to the National Academy of Engineering. Yan is the ninth current College of Engineering faculty member to …

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Research advances AI assistive technology for anesthesiologists | MIT News

A new study by researchers at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) suggests the day is approaching when advanced artificial intelligence systems could help anesthesiologists in the operating room. In a special edition of artificial intelligence in medicine, the team of neuroscientists, engineers and doctors demonstrated a machine learning algorithm …

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Women scientists can move forward saying, “Yes, I will”

Pontsho Maruping found support by creating a network of professional women she could chat with.1 credit Voices of Africa Pontsho Maruping, Deputy Director General for Operations and Business Processes at the South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO) in Cape Town, describes a career transition from mining to space and how …

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MIT Press Publications Win 2022 PROSE Category Awards | MIT News

On January 25, the Association of American Publishers announced the finalists and category winners for the 46th annual PROSE Awards for scholarly work published in 2021. Six MIT Press publications were selected as finalists, and four of those titles are winners of the categories. Since 1976, the Association of American …

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Realizing India’s research, innovation and technology aspirations for sustainable leadership

The pandemic crisis has also provided an inescapable opportunity for research institutions, universities and industry to work in unison and collaboratively. By Vipin Sondhi India is steadily advancing on its journey towards sustainable development and realizing its aspiration to become a $5 trillion economy. The upcoming [email protected] that the Indian …

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A game changer in water electrolysis technology

image: Block diagram of AEMWE, where the catalyst layer consists of ionomers and catalysts see Following Credit: Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) In recent times, hydrogen has attracted attention as a potential clean energy resource as an alternative to fossil fuels. In particular, there has been active research …

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South Korean Universities to Consider for International Students

The lesson China travel ban and Japan has meant some international students are exploring other study abroad options to avoid stalling. It is no wonder that “South Korean universities for international students” is becoming a trending term. South Korea – neighboring Japan – is one of the most diverse and …

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Alaska scientists study accelerating land subsidence affecting North Slope coastal communities

When a house on Qigalik Avenue in Point Lay was first built, a staircase led from an upstairs door to the ground. Thirty years later, an 8 foot ladder is now required to access the top step of the staircase. “Every year we have to add a step or two …

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Rubber electrolytes produce cheap, reliable and safe EV batteries

Electric vehicles (EVs) require cheaper, more efficient and longer lasting batteries that won’t burst during use or pollute the environment if they are to become widely popular. Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology believe they have identified rubber – a common material – as a possible and beneficial alternative …

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Six innovation centers to promote medicinal plants

TEHRAN – The Vice Presidency for Science and Technology has established six innovation centers to develop the supply chain for medicinal plants in the country. The innovation centers were established in the cities of Tehran, Kermanshah, Ardebil, Hamedan, Yasouj and Gonabad, with the aim of paving the way for industries …

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Indian Ambassador meets US Presidential Science Advisor; discusses strengthening cooperation in the field

Indian Ambassador to the United States Taranjit Singh Sandhu met with US Presidential Science Advisor Professor Eric Lander and exchanged ideas on strengthening bilateral cooperation in science and technology, an area key priority for the leadership of the two countries. During Friday’s meeting, discussions focused on key sectors including health, …

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International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Mechanical Engineering – India Education | Latest Education News | Global education news

ALIGARH: The Mechanical Engineering Section of the Polytechnic University of the Muslim University of Aligarh organized a two-day international online conference on “Emerging Technologies in Mechanical Engineering” (ICETME-2021), in association with the All India Council for Productive Education Research and Training (AICPERT), Aligarh, which is affiliated with Vigyan Prasar, Department …

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Teezee Elderly Care founder obtains N15million from Heritage Bank

By Tolu Oyekan Despite being the second largest continent in terms of population and its immense landmarks, Africa still lags behind in several indicators vital for a successful industrial revolution. The region still lags behind in the most important measures of innovation capacity. Although Africa has 18% of the world’s …

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Two alumni join us in supporting the IIT-K School of Medical Research

The Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur announced the signing of memoranda of understanding with two of its distinguished alumni, Dr Dev Joneja and Hemant Jalan, to support the establishment of the School of Medical Research and Technology (SMRT) at the ‘IIT Kanpur. Dr Dev Joneja and his wife Terri …

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New imaging technique for the early detection of

image: Researchers at SIT, Japan, are proposing a new method to detect the presence of abnormal red blood cells that can allow early diagnosis of the onset of blood damage caused by cardiovascular assistive devices. see Following Credit: Dr Antony P. McNamee from GU, Australia Red blood cells (RBCs) or …

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Cargene Closes US $ 19.2 Million Pre-A Cycle Led by BioTrack Capital |

Accelerating Nucleic Acid Therapy Using Innovative Chemistry and Biology to Improve Lives Around the World SINGAPORE and SHANGHAI and BOSTON, December 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Cargène Biopharma Inc. (“Cargene”) today announced the closing of an oversubscribed transaction US $ 19.2 million Pre-Series A funding round. Funding was led …

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NIT Andhra Pradesh to establish renewable energy research hub

The Andhra Pradesh National Institute of Technology is ready to establish a Joint Research and Technological Development Center (CRTDH) in the renewable energy sector. The hub, says the NIT, will offer assistance in solving technological problems for micro and small businesses by increasing their efficiency. It will also help MSMEs …

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Training at the frontiers of physics | MSU Today

Michigan State University is creating a new program to help Spartan students push the boundaries of physics and fuel the economy with nearly $ 2 million in grants from the US Department of Energy Office of Science, or DOE-SC. As a graduate student, Kendall Mahn gained extensive practical experience working …

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Columbia Students Shine in 2022 Rhodes, Mitchell Scholars

Colombia News produces a newsletter every two weeks (subscribe here!) In this edition you will find rewards and milestones from November 12 to December 9, 2021. Got an award or milestone that you would like to see featured in the newsletter or an online article? Please send an e-mail to …

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PH’s innovation ecosystem ‘brimming’ with opportunity and growth – Manila Bulletin

With the establishment of 37 new innovation hubs, the Philippine innovation ecosystem is full of opportunities and growth, said the Philippine Council for Research and Development of Industry, Energy and Emerging Technologies of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-PCIEERD). (Screenshot from DOST-Science for Change program) DOST-PCIEERD Executive Director Dr …

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US targets Chinese tech and defense sectors over security concerns

Washington will continue to target China’s high-tech and defense sectors and take steps that could lead to technology decoupling, observers say after the United States added more Chinese companies to its blacklist of ‘export. A dozen Chinese companies – including quantum computing and semiconductor companies and companies that have contributed …

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Regulation of receptors and ligands in immune cells: A

image: neuraminidase suppresses autoimmune arthritis and encephalomyelitis by inhibiting the activity of dendritic cells and osteoclasts through the elimination of sialic acid, thus exposing the asialo-biantennial N-glycan (NA2) and generating inhibitory signals via the dendritic cell immunoreceptor (DCIR). seen Following Credit: Yoichiro Iwakura from Tokyo University of Science Immune cells …

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Air Force lab injects $ 2 billion into NM economy

Verus Research chief executive Hank Andrews, left, and Dr Sameer Hemmady chat on September 13 at the engineering firm’s new facility in Albuquerque. The Air Force Research Lab is Verus Research’s second largest source of contract revenue. (Mike Sandoval / For the Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal According …

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Delaware Department of Education, DuPont and Discovery Education Launch Unique Partnership to Support STEM, Careers, and Tech Education Statewide

DOVER, Del., 22 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Delaware Department of Education (DDOE), DuPont (NYSE: DD) and Discovery education today announced a unique new partnership that will increase students’ access to high-quality STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) educational resources, as well as educational materials and other materials …

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AI Centers of Excellence and Innovation Centers that opened in India in 2021

Centers of Excellence (CoE) are places where companies can produce a significant competitive advantage over AI. Centers of Excellence facilitate the adoption of AI practices in an organization and help form a structure to evolve and maintain those processes. Even during the pandemic, India remained a favorable hub for establishing …

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Welcome to La Scité | The Jewish standard

A high-tech hospital simulation space showcasing the future of digital health and home health care arrives in Jersey City from Israel. The state-of-the-art simulation space will occupy one floor of the planned eight-story business incubation center at SciTech Scity (pronounced “city”) at the Liberty Science Center. This campus, which will …

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These 100 NJ students were named in the 2021-2022 Governor’s STEM Scholars class

The Governor’s STEM Scholars have announced their 2021-22 class, consisting of 100 high school and college STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) students from across Garden State. The Fellows are a public-private partnership between the New Jersey Research and Development Council, the Governor’s Office, the State Department of Education, the …

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QnAs: black voices in STEM

As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to surge across the country, it amplifies diverse voices from all corners of academia. In an effort to continue the dialogue about representation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), PNAS spoke to black academics from a variety of disciplines. Mentorship and a …

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Sphoorthy Engineering College: the epicenter of excellence

A successful career is every aspiring student’s dream and in today’s competitive world, career and professional fulfillment is only possible through quality education that meets industry standards and requirements. Sphoorthy Engineering College was established in 2004 with the motto of nurturing young engineers with technical genius, human values ​​and ethics. …

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Science museums will be set up in the country as HMCS-CSIR sign a memorandum of understanding to integrate science and culture.

The National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) under the Ministry of Culture has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The MoU aims to integrate culture with science. Creation of science museums Under the memorandum of understanding, science museums will be created in …

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IAEA Announces Class of 2022 Associate Fellows

IAEA Announces Class of 2022 Associate Fellows Press Release From: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Posted: Monday September 27 2021 The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is pleased to announce its new Class 2022 Associate Fellows. The IAEA will formally honor and induct the class at the …

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The Learn Live program returns to Gatwick Airport

Submitted for publication by Hannah duncan The popular ‘Learn Live’ program for neighboring schools will resume this month when Gatwick Airport launches a series of five shows on engineering, computing, data analysis, construction and forecasting. The latest series of Learn Live events begins Tuesday, September 28 at 10 a.m., with …

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Johnson Controls partners with Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority to power Rochester Institute of Technology

Together, we can work to fight the decarbonisation of buildings, which account for around 40% of global emissions Tweet this “Around the world, Johnson Controls is helping businesses, governments and global institutions achieve ambitious sustainability goals. Digitization is a key tool for businesses and organizations to achieve net zero carbon …

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Ohio State-Led QuSTEAM Initiative Receives $ 5 Million From NSF

A multidisciplinary, multi-institutional program led by Ohio State University takes another step forward in its goal of developing a diverse, efficient and contemporary workforce ready for the quantum by revolutionizing and creating more equitable pathways to teaching of quantum sciences. QuSTEAM: Convergence Undergraduate Education in Quantum Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts …

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September: new BCI co-directors | News & Features

The Bristol Composites Institute at the University of Bristol has appointed two new co-directors, Professor Ole Thomsen and Professor Stephen Hallett, to succeed the founding director, Professor Michael Wisnom. The transition will mark a significant change for the Bristol Composites Institute, which was launched under the leadership of Professor Wisnom …

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Calypso Biotech Announces First Celiac Disease Patient Receiving Phase 1b Trial of Anti-Interleukin-15 (IL-15) Monoclonal Antibody CALY-002 and Series A Extension to € 28M

AMSTERDAM – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Calypso Biotech, a Leader in the Development of Targeted Interleukin-15 (IL-15) Therapies, Today Announces Dosing Completion of the First Patient with Celiac Disease in the Phase Clinical Trial 1 of CALY-002, a novel humanized neutralizing IL-15 monoclonal antibody. The ongoing clinical study of CALY-002 includes …

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Innovation summit set for high tech return in November

VERONA – The New York State Innovation Summit, an annual showcase and celebration of technology and discovery, will return November 8-9 at the Turning Stone Resort. “The annual summit brings together New York’s brightest minds, the most promising technology and manufacturing companies, and the most resourceful innovation support services. This …

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Use of graphene foam to filter uranium and other heavy metals from drinking water

NOT. Leda Zimmerman, Faculty of Nuclear Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyAugust 9, 2021 Reusable 3D functionalized reduced graphene oxide foam (3D-FrGOF) is used as an in situ electroplating electrode to extract uranium from contaminated water.Credit: Image provided by the researcher MITLeading fashion research team Graphene Whisk in a …

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Postdoctoral Candidate – Research and Development of Chemical Nanosensors at, NM for Sandia National Laboratories

This posting will be open to applications for a minimum of seven (7) calendar days, including the “posting date”. Sandia reserves the right to extend the publication date at any time. Are you passionate about your work and dream of working in a state-of-the-art experimental facility to explore complex problems? …

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DoD awards prestigious SMART scholarship to MSU researcher

Contact: Diane Godwin Meilun Zhou (Photo by Beth Wynn) STARKVILLE, Mississippi — A recent graduate of Mississippi State Bagley College of Engineering, now employed at the university’s Geosystems Research Institute, receives prestigious scholarship from the United States Department of Defense Science, Mathematics and Research for processing. Meilun Zhou is a …

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Inovor Technologies’ daring space mission

Internships and work experience programs offer space startup Inovor Technologies a chance to attract the best and brightest young minds to get involved in its expanding universe. The sky is far from the limit for South Australian aerospace start-up Inovor Technologies and its workforce of nearly 50 scientists and engineers. …

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Mutualink Brings Cutting-Edge Technology to First Smart City Deployment in Virginia

STAFFORD, Virginia – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Mutualink, Inc., in partnership with Stafford County and Virginia’s Center for Innovative Technology (CIT), successfully deployed and powering the state’s first Smart City deployment, the Virginia Smart Community Test Bed. Mutualink’s smart and secure grid is the digital backbone of smart cities connecting community partners, …

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Industrial policy, same old policy

Competition with China will define the decades to come, and Congress wants to step in. Alas, it’s a bad start with the nearly 1,500-page Senate Innovation and Competition Act that won’t help. neither innovation nor competitiveness. The bill contains useful provisions that merit separate consideration, such as economic sanctions against …

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Army generals are unprepared for the future

The military continues to train general officers who are not sufficiently prepared to succeed as technology advances. The military has always done a terrible job developing and deploying new technology, and while there may be many reasons for the military’s endless failures in innovation, the ultimate responsibility rests with the …

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Q&A with MTU Research Award winner Gregory Odegard

The 2021 Michigan Tech Research Award winner develops ultra-powerful composite materials for crewed space missions. Composites are very similar to their sound: materials made up of different substances. Their components can improve their overall strength, toughness, weight, and other properties such as electrical conductivity. For example, deep space exploration requires …

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SSOE – SSOE Resources – Anna C. Balazs of the University of Pittsburgh elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Anna Balazs (Aimee Obidzinski) PITTSBURGH (April 26, 2021)… Anna C. Balazs, University of Pittsburgh award-winning Emeritus Professor at the Swanson School of Engineering, has added one of the nation’s highest honors to her portfolio. the National Academy of Sciences today announced that Balazs is among its 120 newly elected members, …

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Undergraduates receive 2021 Norma Slepecky research award

Laurel White, Slepecky First Place Winner Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) is delighted to announce that two undergraduate researchers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) were recognized for their resilience, advancement and research excellence at the conference and ceremony Slepecky Annual Memorial. Laurel White, a major in physics …

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Studies and lively conversations in Spain | MIT News

“Meeting with the students [virtually] discussing the challenges I had prepared was so inspiring because I saw interest in science sparked during our conversations, ”says Erick Eguia, a young brain and cognitive science student. Eguia had the unique experience of participating in a long-standing MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives …

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Assistant / Associate / Full Professor job in Electrical and Computer Engineering 2021 at KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology: Faculty Positions: Division of Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (Faculty) Location KAUST, Thuwal, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia The description The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) program in the Division of Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE) at King Abdullah …

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