From the National Security Agency. The 2018 NSA Cyber Exercise was held at the U.S. Naval Academy in March, 2018. Competing teams from the U.S. Service Academies battled each other in defensive and offensive cyber […]
Over the North Atlantis, where there is no radar coverage, planes don’t fly like they normally fly. They follow a set of daily tracks that act like highways in the sky. Enjoy this very informative […]
Iowa State University Computer Science major Cassidy Williams was often the only girl in the classroom. She shares her story of pursuing her passion as a model for encouraging women in STEM.
The New York Times had reported on U.S. military attempts to infiltrate the Russian power grid. The effort represents the latest offensive in an increasingly digital conflict with Russia, whose 2016 election interference is ‘well […]
NASA says Wichita could help develop the materials needed to mass-produce unpiloted aircraft that fly a multitude of people across cities.
In her final “all hands” presentation to Agency staff, Former DARPA Director Arati Prabhakar walked through a selection of DARPA research programs, (at this time, 200 active) highlighting the Agency’s objectives for the research and […]
Artificial Intelligence, sometimes called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines, made and programmed initially by humankind. From Aperture, technological singularity explained.
Richard miller (Senior Manufacturing Systems Engineer at Spirit AeroSystems) discusses how the challenges faced in the current, and future, aerospace market is driving change to conventional manufacturing strategies with automation, digital technology and data being […]
The United States is becoming more and more diverse, but there is still a long way to go to diversify the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Scientist Nicole Cabrera Salazar shares her […]