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This young cybersecurity whiz shocked a conference by hacking into his "smart" teddy bear to illustrate cyber vulnerabilities.
Scientists honored for 2005 research that led to COVID-19 vaccines
Today's COVID-19 vaccines are based upon research about messenger RNA that has won two University of Pennsylvania scientists a coveted honor.
Protecting planet Earth from asteroids
A team of scientists is aiming to deflect an asteroid, testing technology that could one day protect planet Earth.
Tracking COVID-19 with artificial intelligence
Researchers in the U.S. are using artificial intelligence to track COVID-19 outbreaks around the world and treat patients at home.
How the Chinese Communist Party steals science
Learn how the Chinese Communist Party steals research and technology from other countries to boost its military and economic power.
Get your feet wet with these ocean-inspired phrases
“Getting your feet wet” doesn’t have to involve water. Americans use the phrase to say they’re trying something new. Here are other ocean-inspired idioms.
Pirates in movies are fun, but movie piracy hurts
Movie piracy doesn't just hurt wealthy movie studios. It robs workers of their pay and hurts economies. The Trump administration aims to stop such piracy.
U.S. colleges support students from Ukraine
Universities across the United States are offering scholarships to help Ukrainian students continue their studies.
Arts education in the U.S. just got a little more creative
Art education programs at U.S. colleges and universities will drive your creativity, while pushing the boundaries of technology and expression.