In 2020, technologies will move toward the mainstream and begin impacting daily life. The next generation of wireless network, 5G, will begin to take hold, for example, and may work as a catalyst for other things like Continue reading Here are the top tech trends of 2020, according to top experts
Private company VICIS and its academic partner, the University of Washington, have created a football helmet that aims to make playing the sport safer. Continue reading Designing a Safer Football Helmet
Every software engineer can name college dropouts who went on to do incredible things in the tech world: Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Michael Dell, Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey. These individuals have become emblematic of the idea that a degree doesn’t Continue reading I have two liberal arts degrees. Here’s how I got a job in tech
David Opateyibo is only 20-years old, but is already making international headlines for his ability to create and develop his very own drones. Continue reading Meet the 20-Year Old Entrepreneur Behind the Most Innovative Drone Technology
Each year, the BEYA STEM Conference brings professionals and students together for three days to share their experiences and career information. Continue reading The BEYA STEM Conference is coming to Washington, D.C.
Technological advancements continue to transform the media industry, rapidly changing how media is created, distributed and consumed. This transformation requires new Continue reading Want a career in tech? Start here.
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Want to be an engineer for the INFINITI and Renault F1Team? The INFINITI Engineering Academy is a grueling global search for motivated and talented engineers to work across automotive and Formula One. Continue reading Do You Have What It Takes to be a Formula 1 Engineer?
Career and job site LinkedIn released its annual “Emerging Jobs” list, which identifies the roles that have seen the largest rate of hiring growth from 2015 through 2019. No. 1 on the list: Continue reading The No. 1 job of 2019 pays $140,000 — and its hiring growth has exploded 74%
Kevin Hanna’s class on cyber safety in Upstate New York attracts adults of all stripes, from 40-somethings to those well into their 80s. Some are tech neophytes, drawn in by the need to video chat with Continue reading You don’t need to be tech savvy to be a tech caregiver
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Throughout her biotech engineering career, Kimberly Bryant was the only black female in the room most of the time. And as Bryant rose the ranks to become manager at companies like DuPont, Phillip Morris and Genentech, she yearned for Continue reading How Black Girls Code transformed from basement experiment to international movement