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Announced at the G7 summit in Japan, the tech giants have committed $150 million in funding to the University of Chicago and University of Tokyo’s plan to create the world's first quantum supercomputer.
Some educators and advocates say the best way to break the cycle of poverty is by accessing well-paid STEM jobs, as well as the many scholarships that go unawarded each year due to a lack of applicants.
Two universities and a software company will use a $5 million award from the National Science Foundation to design, build and distribute robots to others across the U.S. robotics research community.
Through a partnership with Electrada and Holman, electric shuttles will be in service on the Tennessee campus in August. The switch from gas-powered buses is part of a university initiative to go carbon neutral by 2050.
(TNS) — The National Institute of Science and Technology awarded the University of Colorado Boulder $94.5 million to continue its research partnership for another five years.
The funding will establish an Institute for Inclusive and Intelligent Technologies for Education on the Urbana-Champaign campus. The research focuses on non-cognitive learning skills among K-12 students.
The university is set to add the new college, its first in more than 50 years — and is providing free curriculum to help spread data science to California community colleges, California State University and more.
Researchers at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences have been awarded nearly $4 million from the federal government to develop a climate-smart "4-D Farm."
Officials say plans to turn Purdue's Discovery Park District and the university into a focal point for emerging tech research and development efforts have made major progress in recent months.
Finalists from North Carolina, Indiana and Pennsylvania created technology to change how student outcomes are assessed in a $1 million contest run by XPRIZE and an arm of the U.S. Department of Education.
The University of Georgia has been awarded $1 million from the National Science Foundation's Regional Innovation Engines program for the Next Generation Agriculture project, which is a broad collaboration.
Many online courses have low completion rates, and the new ed-tech platform Courus proposes to address this by tailoring lessons to each student's particular goals, interests and skill sets.
The private research university in Pennsylvania will use federal funding to establish an AI Institute for Societal Decision Making and develop tools that can respond to uncertain or rapidly changing situations.
SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany has purchased a new plasma technology tool from Oxford Instruments that could help researchers develop a computer chip containing 1 trillion transistors.
The higher ed enterprise software company Ellucian intends to expand its footprint globally through technology and sales partnerships with startups, tech giants and other players in the ed-tech space.