Stories indexed under: Internet
- Software Assurance Marketplace to host exposition May 23, 2013 Top software analysis tool providers from around the world are being invited to run their latest assessment tools at the Morgridge Institute for Research on the UW-Madison campus in a months-long series of tests to improve the quality and security of software assurance tools and open-source software.
- Trolls win: Rude comments dim the allure of science online Feb. 14, 2013 The trolls are winning. Pick a story about some aspect of science, any story, scroll down to the blog comments and let the bashing begin:
- Facebook users browse their own profiles to boost egos Feb. 6, 2013 Lousy day at work or a bad grade on an exam? New research suggests people feeling deflated seek solace in their Facebook profiles to puff themselves up.
- Scholars call for new ethical guidelines to direct research on social networking Jan. 11, 2013 The unique data collection capabilities of social networking and online gaming websites require new ethical guidance from federal regulators concerning online research involving adolescent subjects, an ethics scholar from the Morgridge Institute for Research and a computer and learning sciences expert from Tufts University argue in the journal Science.
- Researchers: Online science news needs careful study Jan. 3, 2013 A science-inclined audience and wide array of communications tools make the Internet an excellent opportunity for scientists hoping to share their research with the world. But that opportunity is fraught with unintended consequences, according to a pair of University of Wisconsin-Madison life sciences communication professors.
- Meeting on startup funding features UW–Madison Internet Hall of Famer Nov. 5, 2012 Larry Landweber, a University of Wisconsin-Madison computer science professor who was one of 31 inaugural members of the Internet Society's global hall of fame, will speak Nov. 13 at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium in Madison.
- UW-Madison launches m.wisc.edu Dec. 16, 2011 UW-Madison is launching m.wisc.edu, a web version of Mobile UW that will run on any device that can connect to the Internet.