Southern University at New Orleans’s forensic science program and its new lab are looking to make an impact at home and abroad. Continue reading Call It CSI: SUNO
Securing cyberspace is now considered one of the “grand challenges of engineering” Continue reading Tennessee State University researchers are out to prevent the next big cyberattack
Will HBCUs shed their fossil fuel ties? Continue reading A Climate for Divestment
Last winter, we called on HBCU students everywhere to help us fill what we see as one of the biggest gaps in science news coverage today: the paucity of stories on science being done at HBCUs. From Washington, DC to Prairie View, Texas, from New Orleans, Louisiana to Hampton, Virginia, smart, talented students answered … Continue reading Three HBCU students are about to start showing you a new side of science
The EPA’s preferred vehicle-emissions simulator doesn’t handle curves so well, according to a study by scientists at Texas Southern University. Continue reading Better climate models around the bend?
“As a society, we have to celebrate outstanding work by young people in science at least as much as we do Super Bowl winners,” said President Barack Obama about his annual White House Science Fair. Continue reading Young black scientists and innovators crash the White House
Johnson calculated the trajectories for Alan Shepard’s historic first flight into space and the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. Continue reading Let’s not forget about Katherine Johnson, human computer