Red Hat Collaboratory Announces 2022 Student Research Projects

Apr 22, 2022 | Boston University, News

On April 14, the Red Hat Collaboratory announced five newly funded Student Research Projects. As part of Boston University’s expanded partnership with Red Hat, the Student Research Projects aim to provide BU students with research and experiential learning opportunities that advance open source projects in cloud computing, systems engineering infrastructure, and security.

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