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CS Bits & Bytes

Thank you for your interest in CS Bits & Bytes.

About CS Bits & Bytes

CS Bits & Bytes is developed by the National Science Foundation to make computer science more accessible to educators and learners.

Each issue of CS Bits & Bytes highlights innovative computer science research, often at the intersection with other disciplines, and includes profiles of the individuals who do this exciting work, links for further exploration, and interactive activities.

Why CS Bits & Bytes

CS Bits & Bytes was originally rolled out in December 2011 in support of Computer Science Education Week (www.csedweek.org).

It is our hope that educators and parents will use CS Bits & Bytes to inspire students to engage in the multi-faceted world of computer science to become not just users, but also creators, of technology.

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The Newsletter


We are pleased to present a new look to CS Bits & Bytes this year. We hope our new format makes it more accessible to our readers. Please email us with your comments. We'd love to hear from you!

Volume 3


  • Volume 3, Issue 1 (April 9, 2014): Computing with a Different Kind of Fruit PDF
  • Volume 3, Issue 2 (April 23, 2014): Quantum leap in computing PDF
  • Volume 3, Issue 3 (May 7, 2014): Printing your own robot PDF
  • Volume 3, Issue 4 (May 21, 2014): Cosmic Slurp PDF
  • Volume 3, Issue 5 (June 4, 2014): Game On PDF

 

Volume 2


  • Volume 2, Issue 1 (September 10, 2012): Biomimetic Robots HTML PDF
  • Volume 2, Issue 2 (September 24, 2012): Machine Learning Saves Babies! HTML PDF
  • Volume 2, Issue 3 (October 9, 2012): Enabling Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace HTML PDF
  • Volume 2, Issue 4 (October 22, 2012): Accessible Voting Enabled by Human-Centered Computing HTML PDF
  • Volume 2, Issue 5 (November 5, 2012): Crowdsourcing HTML PDF
  • Volume 2, Issue 6 (November 19, 2012): Sensors in Action HTML PDF
  • Volume 2, Issue 7 (December 3, 2012): Cryptography HTML PDF
  • Volume 2, Special Edition (December 10, 2012): Computer Science Education Week HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 8 (December 17, 2012): Building Rome in a Day HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 9 (January 14, 2013): The Biobot Cockroach HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 10 (January 28, 2013): Algorithmic Music Composition HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 11 (February 11, 2013): Motion Planning HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 12 (February 25, 2013): Diversity in Computing HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 13 (March 11, 2013): Privacy in the Information Age HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 14 (April 1, 2013): Computing Power! HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 15 (April 15, 2013): Computers Help Save Whales HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 16 (April 29, 2013): Computer Science Enables the Design of Safer Chemicals HTML
  • Volume 2, Issue 17 (June 4, 2013): Multi-core processors HTML

 

Volume 1


  • Volume 1, Issue 13 (June 4, 2012): Scratch HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 12 (May 21, 2012): Fighting Cyber Crime HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 11 (May 7, 2012): Big Data HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 10 (April 23, 2012): Artificial Intelligence HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 9 (April 9, 2012): Turning Thoughts into Action HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 8 (March 26, 2012): Smart Grids HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 7 (March 13, 2012): Women in Computing HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 6 (Febuary 27, 2012): Kidney Exchange HTML PDF
  • Special President's Day Issue HTML
  • Volume 1, Issue 5 (Febuary 6, 2012): Navigating a 3D World HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 4 (January 25, 2012): Language Processing HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 3 (January 9, 2012): Self Driving Cars HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 2 (December 19, 2011): Building a Better Battery HTML PDF
  • Volume 1, Issue 1 (December 5, 2011): Human Computation HTML PDF

 

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