Researchers to develop energy-saving window film

Bolder, Colorado - The Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has awarded the University of Colorado Boulder $1.8 million to develop an innovative window coating that could significantly improve energy efficiency in buildings.

Email Privacy: Finding the Balance Between Secure and Usable

Provo, Utah - When BYU Computer Science Professor Kent Seamons explains email security, he often uses an analogy: Sending an email is more similar to sending a postcard than a letter in a sealed envelope—as the email transaction happens, other people may gain access to the information.

U.S. Chamber Welcomes Move to Address Data Flows for Financial Services in Trade Agreements

Washington, DC - U.S. Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President and Head of International Affairs Myron Brilliant issued the following statement on the administration’s new proposal to address data localization requirements affecting the financial services sector in U.S. trade and investment agreements:

Special needs instructor sentenced to federal prison for producing child pornography

Fort Worth, Texas - A former North Texas special needs instructor who admitted sexually exploiting children was sentenced Tuesday to serve 60 years)in federal prison.

President and First Lady on the Passing of Cassandra Quin Butts

Washington, DC - Statement from the President and First Lady on the Passing of Cassandra Quin Butts: