Rich Warren | Window shopping for internet connection Science-technology

Imagine choosing your water supplier. Instead of being restricted to Illinois American Water, you could select among a handful of companies offering to pipe water to your home. Further, try to envision them tearing up the streets so each could lay its own mains to your block. Even more fascinating, conceive that each water company … Read more

NASA Doctor ‘Holoported’ to Space in Technology Experiment

A doctor with the American space agency NASA has made a virtual visit to the International Space Station (ISS) after being “holoported” by technology. Dr. Josef Schmid and several other people took the virtual trip last October. NASA recently announced results of the experiment. The agency said it was the first time that humans had … Read more

Welcome to Altadena Eliot Science Fest

Eliot Arts Magnet School (Photo – Jennifer Hall Lee) On April 23, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm, the Pasadena Unified School District will hold an extravaganza of Science, Technology, Engineering, Robotics, Health, and the Environment at the Eliot Arts Magnet School. By Jennifer Hall Lee Principal Dr. Benita Scheckel said, “The Eliot Arts community … Read more

ODU Computer Science Professor Receives British Computer Society Award for Pioneering Platform «News @ ODU

April 15, 2022 Jian Wu, assistant professor of computer science at Old Dominion University. By Tiffany Whitfield Jian Wu, an assistant professor of computer science at Old Dominion University, has been recognized for his work on CiteSeerX, a world-renowned academic search engine. Wu contributed to the work of C. Lee Giles, the David Reese professor … Read more

Exploring the Technology Behind Electric Vehicle Batteries

Editor’s note: This story is the first in a three-part series that will explore the main issues surrounding electric vehicle technologies. Because they power electronic devices we depend on every day, batteries have become an important part of our lives. The main purpose of a battery is to provide and store electricity. Companies have long … Read more

ODU Science Pub on April 7 Features Grad Student Lightning Talks «News @ ODU

March 30, 2022 By Dan Campbell Old Dominion University’s next Science Pub will have a different focus from the traditional faculty speakers. This year marks the fifth Science Pub Lightning Talks in partnership with the Graduate School. The event, scheduled for 7 pm on April 7 at Smartmouth Brewing Co. in Norfolk, challenges graduate students … Read more