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Level Up Village partners students from developing nations with students in the US to learn about design and engineering, and in the process, they learn about global collaboration.
Code Crew: How a husband and wife team are bringing coding education to New York's women and minorities
Felicia and Jamal O'Garro made the switch from finance to software development. Now they're helping others do the same.
Social interaction in virtual reality remains a big question in the industry, but one app, Convrge, might shed some light on what's to come, and help reach a more casual audience.
In every colleges there are various scheduled activities happening on day-to-day basis like attendance record, notice circulation, attendance report generation, leave application, ...
Stacy Donohue of the philanthropy Omidyar Network talks about how she sees civic tech now and in the future. She also recognizes several of the civic tech movement's unsung heroes.
Love them or hate them, drones are here to stay. Here are 12 drone mishaps that show why some people are still wary.
In this paper, the authors describe a project which aims at the implementation of an online student teacher attendance management system which can act as an efficient means in main...
Natalia Oberti Noguera, founder of the Pipeline Fellowship, talked to TechRepublic about her career, changing the face of angel investing, and being a lesbian Latina in tech.
MIT lab leader Sangeeta Bhatia talked to TechRepublic about her research in biomedical engineering and the rewards of being a professor in her field.
After meeting through Girls Who Code, two high schoolers made a video game to raise awareness about women in tech and society's menstrual taboo, and it's now available as an iPhone...