To better protect the Institute's data – including employee data – from future cyber risks, the Office of Information Technology (OIT) will begin deploying two-factor authentication to early adopters across campus in ...
Along with the fast development of modern information technology, charge-based memories, such as DRAM and flash memory, are being aggressively scaled down to meet the current trend of small size devices. A memory device with ...
Living things accumulate and reproduce information. That's really the driving principle behind life, and behind evolution.
On December 21, the company SpaceX made history by successfully launching a rocket and returning it to a safe landing on Earth. It's also the day that SpaceX founder Elon Musk was nominated for a Luddite Award.
Just over a year ago, the UK government announced an investment of £270m over five years to help get quantum technology out of laboratories and into the marketplace.
As a student graduating from computer college two years ago, Mohammed Qudih was dreading the "painful" unemployment in the Gaza Strip—a war-battered territory where nearly half the population is without work.
Balsam Al-Dabbagh will graduate with a PhD in Information Systems, after dedicating four years to her research.
Discovering the wavelengths that can best capture the devastating impact of a frost event on broadacre crops could provide WA farmers with another tool to fight back against this common but destructive event.
Encryption can be a terrorist's tool. But it's also a key for those hunting attackers, and for many others.