The National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program strives to address the shortage of highly qualified science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and computer science educators in high need schools (grades 7-12) throughout the United States.
Over the past 10 years, UVM has awarded 54 Noyce scholarships while providing professional learning and mentoring...
Co-founder and CEO Ryan McDevitt introduces Benchmark Space Systems to Hula. As a UVM alumni, McDevitt is commercializing his phD research in micro-propulsion for small satelites and giving back to the UVM community. The company was founded in 2017 and built in Vermont. As he shares in the video, space equipment requires vigorous--and expensive--testing.
To persist, life must reproduce. Over billions of years, organisms have evolved many ways of replicating, from budding plants to sexual animals to invading viruses.
Now scientists have discovered an entirely new form of biological reproduction — and applied their discovery to create the first-ever, self-replicating living robots.
- Honor Bound
- Dr. Josh Bongard Awarded the Cozzarelli Prize in Engineering and Applied Sciences
- UVM's Department of Computer Science Receives New Major Research Funding
- Unpackaging Food Waste
- UVM, UMaine, VTC Win $4 Million NSF Grant to Create Next Gen Sensor Networks for Infrastructure Monitoring
- Digital Democracy in the Age of Surveillance Capitalism: An Evening with Shoshana Zuboff
- StatFest Opens a World of Possibilities
- UVM’s Supercomputer to Gain Massive Database Access Capability
- UVM's Computer Science Department Welcomes New Faculty
- The University of Vermont and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Sign a Joint Appointment Agreement
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