It’s described as the next wave of terrorism. Cyber attacks are becoming a growing threat to national security. Hackers are getting stronger and more advanced. To get one step ahead of those threatening national security, the U.S. Department of Defense has given researchers at the University of Utah the task of finding ways to fight cyber attacks. “We are trying to make sure that these attacks are impossible in the first place. We want to make it so there’s no way in to steal email at all,” said Matt Might, associate professor of Computer Science at the U and co-leader of the team. With a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense, the team of computer scientists are going to work to develop software to catch future forms of security vulnerability.
Envirosell CEO Paco Underhill sees malls and artisanal goods flourishing and more retail coming to where the consumer is.
Since we were hunters and gatherers, the human species has been going to markets.
A new survey indicates companies are hiring in greater numbers and paying better salaries. The survey found students still face challenges with skills they learn outside the classroom, like people skills and problem-solving abilities. Career counselors said that's where internships and extracurricular activities give students an advantage.
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Could Having More Sex Get You A Raise? Study Suggests A Healthy Love Life Helps You Do Better At Your JobPosted by: Administrator in News |
Just how often are you having sex? Did you know the number of times you and your partner are hitting the sheets could actually impact your earnings, according to new findings published in the International Journal of Manpower?
Researchers at Anglia Ruskin University in England looked at data from 7,500 survey participants who discovered a link between employee health, earnings and sexual activity. But why?
A blood test may be able to predict cancer years before diagnosis, according to new research from Northwestern Medicine in collaboration with Harvard University.
It might be time to ditch those skinny jeans.
This spring, we know that skirts are in, swimwear has changed and there's a resurgence of ultra-casual pieces like jogger pants. How are we so certain? Google's annual fashion trends report. The tech giant's research unveils what trends people are searching for online, and which ones are going out of style.
The concept of peer review is central to National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding and to science itself—journals choose articles for publication based on fellow scientists’ scrutiny. The idea is to weed out weak research and ensure that only the strongest science goes forward. But does it work?
The NIH is the major funder of biomedical research in the United States, distributing some $30 billion to scientists each year. To decide who gets money, the NIH subjects grant proposals to a rigorous system of peer review: each proposal goes to a committee of scientists familiar with the area of research. The committee, called a study section, reviews the proposal and gives it a score. The NIH funds proposals in order of their score until the budget for that year runs out.
Here's something to chew on: scientists in England may have found a new way to predict the specific health risks children will face when they grow up -- and it involves simply looking at their baby teeth.
The number of teens killed in crashes is now down by 50-percent. That's despite Triple-A's latest report finding distracted driving among teens is up. Taking the wheel isn't just that simple. Although teenagers might think they know it all, turns out practice goes a long way. The study also recognized that teens are waiting longer to get behind the wheel. It's for a number of reasons it's more costly now because of the new requirements and because they don't have to take a driver's ed class once they turn 18.