Technology Archive

Ronald Johnson, American Public University – Mobile Learning Innovations

The use of mobile learning platforms is increasing. Ronald Johnson, professor of business management at American

Robert Edgell, SUNY Polytechnic Institute – Architectural Technology Management

Technology management is a something of an abstract business concept. Robert Edgell, a professor of technology

Radu Sporea, University of Surrey – Photography: The Science of Aperture

The ubiquity of cell phone cameras makes everybody a photographer – or so they think! Today

Elizabeth Behrman, Wichita State University – Quantum Artificial Intelligence

We’re still trying to figure what consciousness is exactly. Elizabeth Berhman, a professor of physics and

David Cox, University of Surrey – The World’s Smallest Snowman

Do you want to build the world smallest snowman? David Cox, a fellow at the University

Tim Volk, SUNY ESF – Renewable Biomass

We’re facing a worldwide energy crisis, but biomass might be a revolutionary renewable resource we’re looking

Radu Sporea, University of Surrey – Technological Nomenclature

Every commercial for new electronics is packed with flashy tech terminology meant to entice you into

Gary Small, UCLA – Teens and Screens

Smart phones are everywhere these days. It seems anywhere you turn, you’ll find someone with their

Alfred Crosby, UMass Amherst – New Adhesive Technology

The animal kingdom is a frequent inspiration for engineers. Dr. Alfred Crosby, a professor of polymer

Bruce Logan, Penn State – Spit Power

Chemists at Penn State University and Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah University have discovered that small medical testers—things