A variant of the Prisoner's Dilemma focused on reward (as opposed to punishment) for the class to play together.
MATLAB has long been a part of many educational curriculums and research projects, but many open source alternatives provide excellent platforms for scientific computing.
Justin Flory covers the highlights of Rochester Institute of Technology's annual innovation and creativity festival.
Shellmo is powered by an Arduino board and the parts can be downloaded and printed. The design files can be modified using Blender.
We sat down with Dan Schneiderman, the new head of the FOSS@MAGIC program at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Using multiple sets of existing open data, attendees are provided the resources to develop creative and imaginative solutions to complex issues.
OSI's Patrick Masson interviews Dr. Harris and Dr. Zucker who will be panelists at the upcoming Open Summit on Monday, May 23, 2016 at NYU’s Kimmel Center for University Life.
If scientific research, procedures, and data are all publicly available, researchers can work together to verify findings, test hypotheses, and increase the pace of discovery and innovation. That's the dream of the open science movement.
Five highly sophisticated scientific workbenches to help scientists and researchers to quickly make sense of their data in a reproducible way.
Brian Hall shares a few of the open source resources he used to teach his college-level Python programming class.