Technology

UR students create Courscio: The better CDCS

Within three weeks, the team went from developing an idea to creating the prototype and conducting initial user testing. During spring break, the team of nine met every day from 2 p.m. to midnight, working 10 hours a day on their project.

What happens when a UR lab discovers something? UR Ventures has the answer.

"What UR Ventures does is take inventions that are developed or discovered by the University from research labs and bring those jobs to the marketplace so they can help people."

Campus entrepreneurs help students with broken technology

Many students have neither the time nor the means to visit a phone repair service in a store, in addition to the problem of cost. For them, Campus Tech Repair is the desired alternative.

Opening doors to undergraduate research

Think professors don’t know how intimidating the process for finding research can be? Think again.

Catch em’ all over campus

If there is one thing this summer will be remembered for, it will be the day in early July when Pokémon Go swept the world.

Calling all geeks: ‘Dandyhacks’ is back

The University will host its third annual hackathon, called “Dandyhacks,” on the weekend of Friday, April 1.

High tech training tools help UR athletes fine tune performance

Beyond the obvious growth of media outlets and mediums, the emergent role of technology in athletics is heavily represented in varsity sports on campus.

Down for pretty much anything

Down To Lunch’s simplicity succeeds where other apps have failed — and it's taking off at UR.

Big data at the big game

Not only does this game mark half a century of championship games, but this year’s game will be held in the heart of Silicon Valley.

Rettner to offer new 3D printing services

Rettner Hall has just purchased four brand-new 3-D printers that will be made available to the student body in about a week or two.