Wednesday 05 May 2021 The UNCW Small Business and Technology Development Center received a grant of $ 64,940 from the North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center to expand assistance to small businesses and entrepreneurs in response to COVID-19. “Since the onset of COVID-19, we’ve been working hand-in-hand withRead More →

RIT alumnus and entrepreneur Matthew Peltier believes his company’s success will be driven by the creative use of new technologies that develop personal connections between users around the world. As the founder and CEO of the Community marketing and communications channel, Peltier leads real, instant and, often, lucrative conversations. PeltierRead More →

ARLINGTON, Virginia & COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – CAES, the leading provider of critical electronics solutions, and Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI), a leading provider of RF and high performance computing (HPC) solutions, announced a strategic alliance to jointly develop a technology state-of-the-art applicable to missile researchers, data links,Read More →

Distinguished Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) alumnus and current Director of the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Vice Adm. Jon A. Hill spoke virtually to faculty, staff and students at the NPS on the topic of “Missile Defense and Technology Warriors” during the latest edition of the Secretary of the Navy GuestRead More →

BY OUR CORRESPONDENT One donation, Professor Samuel Ekanem, called for more investment in technology education to strengthen national development. Ekanem, professor of technology at the Federal University of Wukari, Taraba, made the appeal during the institution’s first inaugural conference on Thursday in Wukari. According to him, Nigeria and Africa canRead More →

DUBLIN, April 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Sixth Generation Wireless by 6G Technology Development (Investment, R&D and Testing) and 6G Market Commercialization (Infrastructure, Deployment, Apps and Services), Use Cases and Industry Verticals 2021-2030” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The report assesses the commercialization of the 6GRead More →

NESS IF WE HAVE, Israel, April 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – MeaTech 3D Ltd. (Nasdaq: MITC) (TASE: MITC), a technology company focused on developing cultured meat production capabilities, including its proprietary three-dimensional printing technology, biotechnology processes and customizable no-slaughter manufacturing processes. real meat manufacturing, today announced that its whollyRead More →

Electronics began at the start of the 20th century with the invention of vacuum tubes. He brought modern technologies such as telecommunications, broadcasting (radio / TV), IT, etc., and changed our society in a revolutionary way. Then, vacuum tubes were gradually replaced by semiconductor devices in the 1960s, due toRead More →

Medecine studient Justin Egresitz ’23PHD, who is pursuing a Ph.D. at NC State College of Education STEM learning and teaching in the area of ​​study of the engineering and technology education programhas been selected to attend the 21st Century Leadership Academy of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA).Read More →

Newswise – The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) and the Neurosurgery Research & Education Foundation (NREF) are pleased to announce that William S. Coggins, MD, of the University of Arkansas, has been named the 2021 Fellow of the AANS technological development grant in neurosurgery. for his project, “Intraoperative motorRead More →

NFL athletic trainers have a long history of using Hyperice products for injury prevention and performance, with PFATS having an established relationship with Normatec recovery products for years. “We couldn’t be more excited to announce Hyperice’s elevated partnership with PFATS and for the future of this relationship. PFATS members haveRead More →

A state-of-the-art 1,500-seat esports arena and creative technology education college are offered in Bristol. Site developer Northern Lights Arena Europe (NLAE) is working on plans for the facility on the campus of the West of England Institute of Specialist Education (WISE) at SGS College in Stoke Gifford, just outside theRead More →

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Haiti is a country that remains among the poorest and most unequal countries in Latin America. This comes especially after suffering the devastating setback of the 2010 earthquake. There is ample evidence of progress, with increased sanitation, education and employment. However, inequality and poverty are still evident.Read More →

Success Through Technological Education (STTE) officials announced on Thursday that Mara Matosic and Noah Carp have joined their board of directors. “These two nationally-caliber board members with tremendous energy and exceptional track records have joined the board and will help us serve the youth of the Borderplex area,” STTE officialsRead More →

NC State College of Education doctoral student John Howe ’21EDD has been accepted into NC State University’s Preparation of the teaching program (PTP). As a 2020-21 PTP Fellow, Howe will attend regular workshops and establish a mentoring relationship with a faculty member from the College of Education. “I entered theRead More →

In pursuit of deeper integration of innovative approaches into ETS products and services, Oranje will intensify its focus on the design and development of innovative, technology-based assessments and learning tools. This will include increased integration of research capabilities and new technologies into how assessments and learning technologies are designed andRead More →

Student concerns about technology and having enough teachers were brought to the Brainerd School Board on Monday, April 22. Brainerd High School senior Maddie Schuld came forward in the reunion’s public forum and first spoke about the sometimes overuse of technology in classrooms. “Google Classroom is a really helpful tool.Read More →

Let’s start with the facts on the ground. Over £15 billion has been spent on educational technology over the past decade. The average educational technology budget for schools is £900m a year. And yet, while some believe there has been a reasonable improvement in basic digital skills for 15-24 yearRead More →