Touch the Stars: How 3D Printing is Creating New Education Experiences for Visually-Impaired Students

March 1, 2018

Every disabled person is unique, as are their needs. But devices that help disabled individuals are often mass-manufactured and have limited shapes and sizes available, whereas people with disabilities need personalized devices to optimize their daily life experiences and education. Whether it’s a customized bionic eye, prosthetic legs or simple 3D-printed braille to enhance the reading experiences for blind students, 3D printing technologies can change the lives of disabled students like nothing before.

Spy on Spy: Hacking into the Darknet

February 28, 2018

In the murky underground forums of the darknet, thousands of hackers trade secrets, discuss new forms of malware, and boast about recent attacks. Yet there are white hat hackers—the good guys—who have been able to find their way into these forums to spy on the spies.

VR Versus Vicodin: How Tech Is Helping Doctors Treat Pain

February 26, 2018

As the opioid crisis continues, healthcare professionals are turning to virtual reality to allay fears, reduce anxiety and relieve pain. Watch how Dr. Ralph Anderson, OB-GYN at Crystal Run Healthcare is using VR technology to ease patients’ pain of labor contractions.

The Robot Enhancing How Children with Autism Learn

February 22, 2018

In classrooms across America, a new educational assistant is helping children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) reach new breakthroughs. The teacher is patient, consistent, and a lot of fun. He’s also a robot.

2.4: New Space

Duration 31:52

Pride and prestige One day, we’ll peer back from deep in the celestial heart of the cosmos and reminisce, “Remember …

Video: The State of Cybercrime

Duration 1:17

Alex Tilley, a senior Counter Threat Unit researcher at Secureworks, recounts the true tale of a highly-organized cyberattack that started with a hacked bank in South Africa and ended with an impressive display of coordinated fraud.