Paris Fashion Week “Walk”: The Heavy Hitters And The Newbies Spice Up The Front Rows
The fall — aka, the spring-summer 2024 — shows are on in Paris. As ever, it's about who's in the front row.
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Polytechnique Montréal: Launch of the Multidisciplinary Institute for Cybersecurity and Cyber Resilience (IMC2)
Polytechnique Montréal, Université de Montréal and HEC Montréal are combining forces to create the Multidisciplinary Institute for Cybersecurity and Cyber Resilience (IMC2). With an initial pool of 44 professors and their research teams, IMC2 will provide governments, citizens and businesses in Québec and the rest of Canada with leading-edge expertise in the form of research projects, training of an emerging generation with meaningful skills, innovation and knowledge sharing, and support for pu…
European universities brace for mountain of bureaucracy after US National Institutes of Health changes the rules
What the U.S.-China Chip War Means for a Critical American Ally
South Korea’s vital semiconductor sector depends on China. A deadline looms for how it could be affected by U.S. efforts to control China’s tech advance.
Residents skeptical after toxicology report finds no ill effects from Martinez refinery incident
Nearly a year after the nearby refinery showered the city of Martinez with 20 tons of metal-contaminated dust, residents are still asking what went wrong, and how so many failures could occur in succession.
Silicon Valley tech giants HP and Hewlett Packard Enterprise agree to pay $18 million over age-bias claims