Courtesy: Moxa
Cybersecurity May 12, 2021

How to ensure OT cybersecurity

Despite advances, operational technology network cybersecurity still lags information technology cybersecurity.

By Jesse Ku
Courtesy: Garland Technologies/Industrial Defender
Cybersecurity May 14, 2021

Choosing between TAP and SPAN ports for an ICS security solution

SPAN and TAP ports can help companies utilize industrial control system (ICS) security solutions for aging infrastructures and networks.

By Chris Bihary
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
AI and Machine Learning May 14, 2021

Computing device simulates human learning

Northwestern University and University of Hong Kong researchers have developed a brain-like computing device that is conditioned to associate light with pressure.

By Amanda Morris
Courtesy: Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
Energy Efficiency May 12, 2021

Turning toxic sewage sludge into renewable energy

Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) received a nearly $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to create renewable fuel from sewage sludge, a byproduct of wastewater treatment that creates greenhouse gases and water pollution when dumped into landfills.

By Sharon Gaudin
Courtesy: Yaskawa America Inc.
Energy, Power May 12, 2021

Mitigation, technologies for power system harmonics

By Larry Gardner and Christopher Jaszczolt
Courtesy: Dongxue Du, UW-Madison
Discrete Manufacturing May 14, 2021

Technique induces magnetism in nanoscale materials

By Jason Daley
Courtesy: Jennifer McCann/Penn State University
Cybersecurity May 14, 2021

Graphene used to make encrypted keys harder to hack

By Gabrielle Stewart
Courtesy: Texas A&M Engineering
Energy, Power May 11, 2021

Metal-free, recyclable peptide battery developed

By Drew Thompson
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Cybersecurity April 29, 2021

Throwback Attack: Lessons from the Aurora vulnerability

By Daniel E. Capano
Workforce Development April 16, 2021

How remote working helps people share knowledge, experiences

By Jean Huang