SAN ANSELMO, CALIFORNIA - MAY 29: In this photo illustration a notification from Twitter appears on tweet by U.S. President Donald Trump that the social media platform says violated its policy on May 29, 2020 in San Anselmo, California. Twitter has started to flag some of President Trump's tweets that violate the company's terms. (Photo Illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Tech giants named in Trump’s executive order lobbied against similar laws for years

By: Ian Karbul, Center for Responsive Politics On Thursday President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed to strip long-standing legal protections for internet

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Smithsonian Summer Adventures Offer Live Virtual Learning Experiences for Kids

Kids Can Spend the Hottest Hours of the Summer With the Smithsonian—Online News Release, Smithsonian Institutes Smithsonian Associates presents Smithsonian

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University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez - Team 1 won the college/university division of the 2019 Human Rover Challenge. Teams were awarded points based on the successful navigation of obstacles and completion of tasks. Credits: NASA

NASA Funds Artemis Student Challenges to Inspire Space Exploration

News Release, NASA NASA will award nearly $2.4 million to universities as part of the Artemis Student Challenges, a bold new

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FCC Partners with Institute of Museum and Library Services to Address Digital Divide During COVID-19

Agencies to Work Together to Keep Libraries and Their Communities Connected News Release, Institute of Museum and Library Services Washington,

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Artificial intelligence can do what humans can’t – connect the dots across the majority of coronavirus research. baranozdemir/E+ via Getty Images

AI tool searches thousands of scientific papers to guide researchers to coronavirus insights

The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. By: Amalie Trewartha, Post Doctoral Fellow, University of California,

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A SeaGlide, or small-scale underwater glider – built by Virginia Commonwealth Governor’s School student Alex Dachos in an independent course of study – is a non-tethered, autonomous robot that helps collect data through sensors. Dachos programmed, built, and demonstrated the SeaGlide under the guidance of Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division science, technology, engineering and mathematics mentors. (U.S. Navy photo by Daniel Daglis/Released) (Photo by Daniel Daglis)

High School Student Builds Autonomous Underwater Robot via NSWC Dahlgren Division’s SeaGlide Program

By NSWCDD Corporate Communications  KING GEORGE, Va. – Alex Dachos thought long and hard about pursuing an independent course of

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