Purdue University has announced plans to create a 980-acre Aerospace District in West Lafayette, Indiana which will house public and private aerospace research facilities.
The expansion of the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and convergence of operations technology (OT) and information technology (IT) systems into The Connected Enterprise raises questions of who within industrial organizations should design and oversee unified network infrastructures.
Jonny Williamson looks under the bonnet of F1 in Schools, an initiative helping to change the perceptions of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
A Colorado university is leading the way in producing graduates to help fill a need in the local aerospace industry thanks to a ground breaking new program.
A new Ohio initiative will see the development of an aerospace hub in the state designed to assist manufacturers become qualified aerospace suppliers.
Ford Motor Company is increasing its efforts to stem (pun intended) the increasing skills gap in the US with the announcement of four new career academies in Detroit that will serve 1,400 students.
Students from around California are revving up to put their car racing skills to the test this weekend.
Finland is set to make big changes in its delivery of modern education with the introduction of 'phenomenon' learning.
On Monday at the 2015 White House Science Fair, President Obama announced over $240m in new private-sector commitments to inspire and prepare more girls and boys – especially those from underrepresented groups – to excel in the STEM fields.
THE US Education Technology sector received a massive boost last year, with funding having reached $1.87bn in 2014.