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After 90 years of advancing hands-on, technology-focused education, Capitol Technology University continues to play a vital role in helping innovation-minded students, companies, key agencies and the nation anticipate change and reimagine tomorrow.

Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Students and their phones: sometimes appearances can deceive

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Look -- our students are busy staring at their phones again. We're at NASA about to launch a rocket and they're fiddling with those devices. Typical Post-Millennials, am I right?

Airmen: earn a cybersecurity degree at Capitol Tech through AU-ABC

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Smothers: human factor essential to protecting critical infrastructure

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Cyberattacks against SCADA systems – used to control industrial processes as well as much of our critical infrastructure – are a top

Machine Learning: Algorithm Overview

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By Jason M. Pittman, D.Sc.

Want to launch a satellite into orbit? Fly it on a high-altitude balloon first!

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Capitol student teams working on satellite launch projects many times start with a high-altitude balloon launch. Learn more about the process of how Capitol student teams launch satellites into orbit.

CapTech Talks: interact with tech experts during online, lunchtime sessions

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Do you like to stay informed about new technological developments and their implications for human society? Are you interested in learning more about emerging technologies and areas of innovation?

Cybersecurity: Top Trends for 2019

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The coming year promises to be a critical one for cybersecurity as new threats emerge and adversaries sharpen their game, while recent consolidation of federal-level efforts could help turn the tide, says Dr. William Butler, chair of the cybersecurity program at Capitol Technology University.

Navigating the UAV job market: now is the time to build your skills!

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Like any transformative technology, unmanned and autonomous vehicles (UAV) are bound to reshape the job market, making some occupations obsolete while increasing the need for others.

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