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Pennsylvania Cybersecurity Center was chosen as one of 64 federal grant recipients awarded by the Appalachian Regional Commission via its POWER Initiative.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt uses the misspellings of others to improve her fortune searching for deals online.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt feels unseen by many modern conveniences, but maybe that's a good thing.

The term innovator is used a great deal but what does it actually mean? Stuart Heavilin weighs in in this week's The Dirt on Conservation column.

Monitoring dairy calves with precision technologies based on the "internet of things," leads to the earlier diagnosis of bovine respiratory disease.

Recently, two trash removal devices were purchased to fight against plastics, small pieces of contaminants, and general litter in Lake Erie. One is for the water, and the other is for the sand. The robots are efficient, effective, and environmentally friendly, and they are a valuable tool for cleaning up the lake and other waterways.

Major innovations in agriculture have enabled farms to implement technology at a rapid rate, opening new career paths to STEM-focused students.

Researchers at the University of Dayton are studying the movement of droplets after they leave drone sprayers to minimize drift when crop spraying.

Even a momentary power outage causes no end of chaos for Kym Seabolt and her smart light bulbs.

An Ohio farm used a drone to seed cereal rye into standing corn as part of an experiment to see the best way to get cover crop seed planted in the fall.