Topic: national science foundation

New IBM technology aims to detect cancer, Kaspersky Lab bug bounty program, and Jama Software launches partner alliance program—SD Times news digest: Aug. 2, 2016

IBM this week announced that its scientists have developed a new lab-on-a-chip technology that can separate biological particles at the nano scale to help physicians detect things like cancer. IBM said its team can separate bioparticles down to 20 nanometers in diameter, which is the scale of things like DNA and viruses. These particles can … continue reading

Oracle provides technology to White House’s PAWR program

Oracle is providing its Oracle Cloud technology and engineering resources to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy’s program Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR). The platform is a public/private partnership that is focused on addressing the challenges of at-scale research platforms, and it increases education on wireless technology and data networking. The … continue reading

Researchers team up to develop software that eliminates bugs

A team of researchers is looking to put an end to the industry’s longstanding software security problem. As part of a five-year, US$10 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), computer scientists from MIT, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania and Yale are coming together to develop integrated tools that exterminate software bugs. “In our … continue reading

Researchers tackle software security tools

Researchers want to help software developers find the best tools for detecting security issues. Emerson Murphy-Hill, a National Science Foundation-funded computer science researcher and associate professor at North Carolina State University, and his colleagues are attempting to uncover the shortcomings and disadvantages of security tools. “Our work is focused on understanding the developers who are … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 21, 2014—VMware acquires CloudVolumes, FireEye reports Android SSL bugs, Facebook adds Oculus to bug bounty program

VMware acquires desktop application delivery startup CloudVolumes Cloud and virtualization software provider VMware has acquired CloudVolumes, a startup focused on desktop application delivery. CloudVolumes’ platform will enable VMware to build real-time application delivery tools across its end-user, datacenter and hybrid cloud platforms. CloudVolumes virtualizes application-management process above the OS, eliminating the need for virtual machine … continue reading

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