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How has the internet impacted terrorism?

how has the internet impacted terrorism
As long as the internet has been a tool for progress and education, it’s been a tool for malicious actors to spread disinformation, and it’s only getting worse — learn more about how the internet has impacted terrorism.

The role of cybersecurity in protecting critical infrastructure in the financial sector

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In today’s world, we use the bank with little thought given to the physical or cyber structure of that bank branch, the ATM, or the bank’s headquarters. Learn more how critical infrastructure experts protect the financial sector from physical and cybersecurity threats.

Impact of COVID-19 on the Construction Industry

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Construction workers are at a greater risk of exposure to COVID-19 – and studies have proven the virus has hit the construction industry hard. Read more to find out how COVID-19 has impacted the construction industry.

World Construction Robots Market Shows Substantial Growth

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​​​​​​​The Construction Robots Market - Growth, Trends, and Forecasts report, released in December 2020, shows that the construction robot market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 13.56% during from 2020 to 2025.

Q&A with Dr. Coray Davis, Capitol Tech's Chair of Engineering

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The Capitol Technology University Blog sat down with Dr. Coray Davis, Capitol Tech's Chair of Engineering, to talk about his field, his experience, and his goals for the department. 

“New Space” Provides Many Opportunities for Engineering Students

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Capitology Blog sat down with Dr. Alex “Sandy” Antunes to discuss the upcoming Virgin Orbit CubeSat launch and why astronautical engineering is a growing field. Dr. Antunes is a professor of astronautical engineering at Capitol Technology University.  He mentors and manages undergraduate payload projects that are student conceived and student led, including the Cactus-1 CubeSat mission and two summers with Brazil's “Science without Borders” exchange program, and has been a member of the NASA Academy of Aerospace Quality (AAQ) advisory board since 2015.

Message from Dr. Sims on the New Year

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Happy New Year and congratulations to all of our students who persevered through their studies during 2020, which was undoubtedly a difficult year full of uncertainty and change. I hope everyone enjoyed their Winter Break. Now that the first week of classes has concluded, I wanted to highlight a few of the things we’re looking forward to in 2021.

Historical Telescope Fights for Second Life

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​​​​​​​The Arecibo Telescope in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, was another unexpected loss in 2020. In early August, a cable supporting a platform above the main reflector dish snapped, causing a 60-foot-long rift in the dish, rendering it inoperable.

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