The issue of cybersecurity is beginning to draw more attention in the United States, initiated, in part, by Russian interference in the 2016 presidential elections.
By their very nature, colleges and universities should celebrate intellectual diversity, the free exchange of ideas, and cultural norms.
How did we get here? Where did we come from? Where are we going? As humans we have turned to both religion and science for answers to these infinitely daunting questions.
In a 2018 report issued by the Robotic Industries Association, industrial robot sales have doubled over the past five years across the globe with a record number of robotics units shipped last year
Illinois Tech has been on the leading edge of education that incorporates forward-thinking teaching methods.
According to the Illinois Science and Technology Coalition, Chicago boasts the fifth largest economy in the United States and the fourth largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies.
How do we move toward driverless cities in the nation that popularized the automobile? The Ford Model T, known widely as the first affordable automobile, hit the road in 1908.
From the Naturalization Act of 1790 to the Chinese Exclusion Act to various incarnations of the Immigration Act, the United States has throughout its history imposed limits on the settlement of non
Illinois Tech is on the cusp of launching the Ed Kaplan Family Institute for Innovation and Tech Entrepreneurship, an entire building dedicated to innovation and entrepreneurship that promises to b
On today’s show: Unintentional Neo-Colonialism—How Can America Aid Developing Countries Without Conveying a Sense of Superiority? A new Atlantic hurricane season will soon be underway and islands s