A European science association is giving up-and-coming geochemists the chance to boost their careers with international networking.
While the consortium that manages the networking standard behind the internet's backbone wants to keep modern standards fast, it's aiming for new standards that balance that speed with real-world applications.
To shine a light on the country’s skills gap, the American Staffing Association released a new index that quantifies the hardest-to-fill occupations. With this tool, ASA hopes staffing firms can better develop skills training in those fields.
Last week Google announced significant changes to its search engine designed to discourage users from accessing websites that trade in pirated materials. The British Phonographic Industry, which has been the most active trade group in fighting online piracy, welcomed the changes.
New offerings from HBO and CBS could signal the end of cable television as we know it. But that’s of no concern to the American Cable Association, and here’s why.
For a notion to be truly original, there has to be a chance it won't even work, one association CEO says. Also: the role political polarization plays in the news we read.
In just a few days, Twitpic will likely shut down for good, taking hundreds of millions of photos with it. Online archivists who work in the nonprofit space—like the Internet Archive's Jason Scott—want to make sure those photos remain available.
Why having an event sponsor as excited about your event as you are is so important. Also: one event pro breaks down the moment when an association was showing its age.
The American Chemistry Council says that, if the kinks are worked out, a new plastic-recycling method could create jobs, help the environment, and generate billions in revenue and investment dollars. Sounds pretty cool, eh?
After Spanish officials euthanized the pet dog of an Ebola-infected health worker, U.S. animal groups are urging officials and the public not to rush to the same conclusion.