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MIT Media Lab’s Food Computer Project Permanently Shut Down

MIT fined for chemical discharge while former principal scientist Caleb Harper moves on to greener pastures.

Publish date: 05/26/2020

 
Coronavirus’s Economic Blow Forces Universities to Adapt

The pandemic is increasing expenses while decimating tuition and research revenue.

Publish date: 05/20/2020

 
How Online Learning Kept Higher Ed Open During the Coronavirus Crisis

But pandemic pedagogy is not the same as quality online learning.

Publish date: 05/20/2020

 
An Autism Screening Tool Led Sampathkumar Veeraraghavan To Devote Himself to Humanitarian Work

The IEEE Theodore W. Hissey Outstanding Young Professional Award recognizes his many philanthropic projects.

Publish date: 05/20/2020

 
6 Tips to Help Your Startup Survive the Coronavirus Pandemic

Don’t panic, be compassionate, and help others.

Publish date: 05/13/2020

 
9 New Suggestions For Bored Engineers

More great kits, live events, and how you can help fight COVID-19 with a Pi.

Publish date: 05/13/2020

 
Coding for COVID-19: Contest Calls on Developers to Help Fight the Pandemic

IBM’s Call for Code names three winners and promises support for digital tools designed to aid in the coronavirus response.

Publish date: 05/13/2020

 
AR Contact Lens Creator Mojo Vision Gets Funding Boost

Infusion of $51 million will fund Mojo Vision’s next generation of augmented-reality lens prototypes, plus new batteries, software, and manufacturing processes.

Publish date: 05/06/2020

 
Tech Jobs in the Time of COVID

Cybersecurity job openings explode, while the job market gets tougher for Web developers and Ruby experts.

Publish date: 05/06/2020

 
Lisa Lazareck-Asunta, IEEE’s Women in Engineering Chair, Is Just Getting Started

One of her goals is to make speaker panels and conferences more inclusive.

Publish date: 05/06/2020