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Cyber incidents against K-12 schools expected to rise

The number of cybersecurity incidents aimed at K-12 school systems could jump by 86% in the coming academic year, the nonprofit Center for Internet Security told EdScoop on Thursday. The organization, which operates the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, a threat intelligence and cybersecurity advisory operation serving state and local governments, expects that increase based on a rising trend of alerts it’s been getting from its members in the academic sector. Benjamin Freed has more.

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U. Central Florida uses holograms to train med students

The University of Central Florida is using holograms to simulate patient visits so medical students can practice spotting subtle symptoms or rare conditions. UCF started using the holograms this summer, with plans to use the technology in classes this fall at the College of Health Professions and Sciences. The university is working with volunteer patients to build up a library of cases so that students can familiarize themselves with stages of a disease, ways that medical issues manifest or rare conditions. Emily Bamforth has it.

CU Denver formalizes smart city partnership

Researchers at the University of Colorado Denver formalized a partnership with a Colorado smart cities group this week to continue studying how technology can improve transportation, energy consumption and the environment. The university, which is Colorado’s only public urban-research university, will open its campus to researchers and members of the nonprofit Colorado Smart Cities Alliance, a statewide group of businesses, higher education institutions and state and local government agencies. Ryan Johnston has the details for StateScoop.

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