$26.5 million for McGill Research from NSERC Discovery Research Programs | Newsroom

If asked to list the most earthquake prone countries, few people would earmark Canada. Yet, in 2021, Natural Resources Canada identified 46 earthquakes, which registered between 1.8 and 5.3 magnitude, and to date, twenty-six earthquakes have occurred in 2022. Damaging earthquakes are surprisingly common in the Western Quebec Seismic Zone, which encloses the Ottawa Valley … Read more

New Technique Dramatically Accelerates Computer Programs Without Fear of Errors

Researchers have created a technique that boosts the speeds of programs that run in the Unix shell, a ubiquitous programming environment created 50 years ago, by parallelizing the programs. Credit: Christine Daniloff, MIT Computer scientists developed a new system that can make computer programs run faster, while guaranteeing[{” attribute=””>accuracy. Researchers have pioneered a technique that … Read more

UM TRIO Upward Bound Programs to host Math and Science STEM Day – Shelby County Reporter

FROM STAFF REPORTS MONTEVALLO – Building back stronger than ever after weathering a pandemic that diminished the programs’ numbers by more than half, the University of Montevallo TRIO Upward Bound Programs is hosting a Math and Science STEM Day at the Lund Hall quad and intramural fields on Thursday, June 16 from 8:30 am to … Read more

UM TRIO Upward Bound Programs Hosting Fun-Filled Math and Science STEM Day for Students and Community

Building back stronger than ever after weathering a pandemic that diminished the programs’ numbers by more than half, the University of Montevallo TRIO Upward Bound Programs is hosting a Math and Science STEM Day at the Lund Hall quad and intramural fields on Thursday, June 16 from 8:30 am to noon. The fun-filled event featuring … Read more

JV Article: SRK Consulting helps miners maximize the value of resource drill programs

Mineral exploration is at the front end of the mining industry, and the discovery of new orebodies is vital to meeting the increasing demands of a growing world population. However, finding new orebodies, particularly ones sufficiently enriched to become working mines, is hugely challenging. Even after a discovery has been made, “defining the size, grade, … Read more

Bryant announces interdisciplinary School of Health and Behavioral Sciences, extends its high ROI academic programs to healthcare

SMITHFIELD, RI – Answering the call for impact thinkers equipped with critical 21st century skills, Bryant’s Vision 2030 Strategic Plan is expanding the University’s academic programs that prepare real-world ready students for outcomes and economic mobility ranked in the nation’s top 1%. A new School of Health and Behavioral Sciences with a unique interdisciplinary education … Read more

Deadlines near to apply to Wallace State health science programs

(June 2019 file photo) Billie Langley, right, of Birmingham, speaks with Laura Smallwood about the Therapeutic Massage program at Wallace State Community College on Thursday, June 27 during a meeting offering students information about Health Science programs with openings this fall. (WSCC) HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Deadlines are quickly approaching for students wishing to apply to … Read more

UW School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences adds three degree programs

The School of Computer, Data and Information Sciences is home to the UW – Madison’s largest major, Computer Sciences, and the fastest-growing major, Data Science. Photo: Bryce Richter The University of Wisconsin – Madison’s School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences is adding three new degree programs to its growing portfolio to meet mounting interest … Read more

Math and Science Scholar programs have successful year at SCC | Local News

There is a group of Somerset Community College (SCC) students who’ve had a lot going on during the past year– movie nights, game nights, visits to other colleges, lunches, parties and more. And while this camaraderie makes the gatherings fun, what brings them together is something a bit more academic – math and science. These … Read more

Most California incentive programs meant to reduce energy use have the opposite effect, shows UCLA study

Credit: Monty Dickerson / Pixnio. The state of California spends about $ 1 billion per year on programs that subsidize the installation of energy-efficient appliances, from lightbulbs to whole-house retrofits. But the programs have a serious problem: Most of them have not resulted in any energy savings, and many have actually led to increased energy … Read more