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Harwell Campus is host to over 1 billion of world-leading research infrastructure and a vibrant community of over 5000 individuals in the science,...
This app is for those attending ELMLE's Amsterdam Conference or for Middle School Teachers who are interested in professional development
This app is support the VT conference as an opportunity for teachers, administrators and researchers from different sites and settings around the...
Diamond Light Source is the UKs national synchrotron science facility, located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire,...
A curated selection of worldwide festivals, chocolatiers, spas, and more chocolate-themed trips There's nothing quite like chocolate, the world's...
Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar was a radio drama of the transcribed adventures of the man with the action-packed expense account Americas fabulous...
A Harwell Dekatron dating back to 1951 has been rebooted after three years of restoration.
Visitors can now check out the fully restored nearly 3-ton WITCH as it lights up The National Museum of Computing with its flashing bulbs and chattering printers.
Computer technician allegedly installs software that controlled the Webcams on women's Macs and sends out fake error messages telling women to put their Macs near steam.
Volunteers at the U.K.'s National Museum of Computing are starting to rebuild the Witch machine, first used in 1951 for atomic research.
Even in the cosmos there will be no escaping the ringtone as NASA and the British National Space Centre prep a mobile network for the moon.
What are the privacy implications? What happens next? News.com tries to clear up some of the confusion surrounding the controversial law.
Some religious groups object to having their photographs on driver's licenses. But licenses without photos don't comply with Real ID.
Everyone from D.C. tourists to federal jurors could be affected by stipulation that noncompliant driver's licenses can't be used to access "federal facilities."
A May deadline is just one flash point in a political showdown between Homeland Security and states that oppose Real ID demands.
Paul Otellini predicts during his CES keynote that the Net's impact on the computer industry will play out again in the consumer electronics market. Photos: Otellini predicts always-connected world