A White House report has warned that Chinese industrial policies pose a real threat to the US semiconductor industry.
The argument against replacing the liberal-arts tradition with a narrow vocationalism is usually phrased in purely humanistic terms -- the importance of educating the whole person, the need for a broadly informed citizenry, and so on.
The Girl Scouts of America, in conjunction with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Intellectual Property Owners (IPO) Education Foundation, is doing its part to promote innovative thinking patterns among girls with the creation of the Intellectual Property (IP) Patch.
Math is hard, even for Facebook. And it’s getting harder to trust Facebook’s math, even as the social network fine-tunes its calculations.
It's no easy task finding young minds tackling the problem of energy. The capital-intensive industry tends to be dominated by grizzled veterans who know their way around an oil field. Of course energy goes far beyond traditional oil and gas, but it's still a tough industry to break into.
Growth rates for jobs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are surging -- in fact, STEM-related jobs are expected to grow 1.7 times faster than non-STEM jobs between 2010 and 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The President signed into law the bipartisan American Innovation and Competiveness Act (AICA) (S. 3084). AICA represents a bicameral, bipartisan agreement that includes nine House Science Committee bills that passed the full House over the last two years, including H.R. 1806, the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2015.
Continuing in this optimistic vein, 73 percent of Technology Elites believe the technology industry will contribute to job creation, compared to 63 percent of the General Public, and 73 percent of Technology Elites say that innovation is critical to the U.S.'s position in the global economy and the technology industry is going in the right direction to maintain that, compared to 59 percent of t