The Maneater

Tag: Technology

Science magazine staff writer speaks about CRISPR, its ethical debate

Jon Cohen battles with the good and bad applications of gene editing technology in a visiting lecture series at MU.

MU launches initiative to make iClicker usage streamlined and free for students

The decision to issue a site license, which was announced in June of this year, was made after a long period of planning and corresponding with iClicker.

Reynolds Journalism Institute holds annual tech showcase

Teams from the RJI Student Competition presented their projects, including winner NewSnooze.

MOVE Investigates: How recycling works on campus

MU and Columbia work together to keep the city efficient and clean.

From shattered screens to drowned devices, Gravity has your Apple tech covered

The Apple-authorized service provider fixes a wide scope of issues on Apple devices.

Technology is the god of the modern day

The new form of worship has begun to spread throughout the world, gaining followers by the millions.

Concerned inventors start fighting rape with new technology

Different inventions are working to make women feel protected against sexual assault and rape.

Homecoming Grand Marshals honored for contributions to university

The Grand Marshals are the tri-chairs of the new campaign Mizzou: Our Time to Lead.

Gravity: CoMo’s first Apple repair shop now open downtown

The shop will save residents a drive to St. Louis or Kansas City.

Out with MizzouWireless, in with TigerWiFi

By spring 2016, the project is supposed to be completed throughout campus, giving better wireless access to students and staff.

‘Ex Machina’ fails its own Turing test

Sci-fi flick may look beautiful, but it lacks actual substance.

Some MU employees report identity theft after filing tax returns

Officials say the reports of theft were not related to any university-level breach.

Swipe right for a good night

Need a date? There’s an app for that.

App helps students report bullying anonymously

The app has been implemented in Platte County and Park Hill school districts.

MU still looking into Loftin Twitter incident

DoIT is investigating why his account had favorited a pornographic tweet.

ICYMI: Could the next great American novel come from Twitter?

Columnist Ellie Papadakis discusses Penn’s new English course and how your parents use Facebook.

University adds preferred names for student systems, class rosters

The changes will benefit students whose legal names do not match their identity.

ICYMI: Technology changes between generations

Columnist Ellie Papadakis talks about her parents’ technology skills — or lack thereof.

MizzouWireless problems stem from software malfunctions

Allen said MizzouWireless infrastructure is solid, but programs are not working properly.

Brad N’ Butter: Backing up your computer

Columnist Brad Spudich on saving your stuff.