Technology Archive

Kentaro Toyama, University of Michigan – Equality of Technology

Technology is a good thing for everyone, right? Kentaro Toyama, professor of community information at University

Robert Edgell, SUNY Polytechnic Institute – Creativity and Community

Communities that foster creativity and growth among their top minds will likely flourish. Robert Edgell, a

Deji Akinwande, UT Austin – Silicene Transistors and Moore’s Law

Computers are getting smaller faster. Deji Akinwande, an engineer at UT Austin’s Cockrell School of Engineering,

Radu Sporea, University of Surrey – Year 2038 Problem

Remember the hysteria related to Y2K? One of ¬†our top engineers, The University of Surrey’s Radu

Mary Kate Donais, Saint Anselm College – X-Ray Fluorescence

New tools are helping archaeologists better preserve their findings. Mary Kate Donais, a chemist at Saint

Elizabeth Basha, University of the Pacific – Non-Military Drones

Unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly referred to as drones, have been in the news a great

John Christian, West Virginia – Space Rendezvous

As you can likely imagine, space rendezvous is a highly complex process. But, John Christian, aerospace

Stephen Barnard, St. Lawrence University – Social Media and Journalism

In 2015, social media is ubiquitous. Stephen Barnard, sociologist at St. Lawrence University, is studying the

Catherine Murphy, UIUC – Gold Nanotechnology

Atomic element #79 is the precious metal more commonly known as gold. Catherine Murphy, a chemist

K.J. Rawson, College of The Holy Cross – Digital Transgender Archive

The spectrum of human sexuality is shifting. K.J. Rawson, an English professor at The College of