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The Institute
Introducing the New IEEE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Website
It includes information and resources on the topics
15 Jun
Robotics
Tencent’s New Wheeled Robot Flicks Its Tail To Do Backflips
Ollie’s wheels, legs, and tail allow it to balance, flip, manage stairs, and deliver coffee
15 Jun
Aerospace
Electric Flying Cars May Be Possible With New Batteries
Lithium-ion cells with nickel foil can handle fast charging and could sustain 80-kilometer flights
15 Jun
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Gadgets
The Mac Is Selling Like Never Before Thanks to the M1 Chip
Apple’s homegrown chip fulfills Steve Jobs’s “whole widget” design philosophy
14 Jun
Energy
Let’s Put Cheap, Portable Nuclear Reactors onto Barges
…. and float them out to sea. What could go wrong?
14 Jun
At Work
Where Are the AI Jobs? Look to a Farm or a Forest
The agriculture and forestry sector is on the hunt for AI pros, as are others outside the tech mainstream
14 Jun
Robotics
Video Friday: Drone Refueling
Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos
11 Jun
The Institute
Three Chips in One: The History of the BCD Integrated Circuit
STMicroelectronics’ super-integrated silicon-gate process—used to combine bipolar, CMOS, and DMOS technologies—is now an IEEE Milestone
11 Jun
Gadgets
The iPhone 12 Mini Makes Me Sick (Literally)
Manufacturers don’t like to talk about OLED display flicker, but for the sensitive, it’s a nightmare
11 Jun
Webinar
Simulate, design, and test field-weakening control webinar
Learn 2 workflows for field-weakening control11 Jun
Biomedical
These Technologists Are Trying to Make COVID-19 Risk Assessment More of a Science
The microCOVID Project crunches your location and desired activity into a real-world risk estimate
11 Jun
Whitepaper
Case Study: How Qualcomm achieves faster signoff DRC convergence in P&R
How Qualcomm achieves faster signoff DRC convergence in P&R
10 Jun
Aerospace
Mars-bound Astronauts Might Raid This Zero-G Fridge
Engineers at Purdue University have built a prototype of a refrigerator that works in zero gravity
10 Jun
Aerospace
Terran R Rocket from Relativity Space Will Be Completely 3D Printed, Completely Reusable
The first stage, second stage, and payload fairing of the Terran R will all be recovered and flown again
10 Jun
Robotics
Unitree’s Go1 Robot Dog Looks Pretty Great, Costs Just USD $2700
This seems like an incredibly low price for what appears to be a very capable little robot
9 Jun
Computing
DNA-based Circuits May Be the Future of Medicine, and This Software Program Will Get Us There Faster
The program allows anyone without knowledge in chemistry to easily design DNA-based circuits.
9 Jun
Semiconductors
Update: Google Used a New AI to Design Its Next AI Chip
And that next version of the TPU might help an AI design its own successor9 Jun
Telecom
Here’s What 6G Will Be, According to the Creator of Massive MIMO
Tom Marzetta, the director of NYU Wireless, explains how it will be the next level of human-to-human communication
8 Jun
The Institute
IEEE New Initiatives Program is Looking to Bring Your Bright Ideas Into the Light
The Robots Guide and the IEEE Learning Network are among the enterprises sparked by the program
8 Jun
Computing
Why Can't Computing at the Heart of Bitcoin Be More Useful?
The landmark cryptocurrency's energy use is out of hand, so researchers are investigating ways to make it more productive8 Jun
History
Subcarrier Signals: The Unsung Heroes of the FM Dial
How subcarrier radio signals made room for hidden FM stations—and helped ensure that everyone has access to the news
8 Jun
Robotics
MIT is Building a Dynamic, Acrobatic Humanoid Robot
This small-scale humanoid is designed to do parkour over challenging terrains
7 Jun
Whitepaper
Concepts of Signal Integrity: Crosstalk
Concepts of Signal Integrity: Crosstalk7 Jun
Computing
SeKVM Makes Cloud Computing Provably Secure
Columbia University researchers have created a secure Linux-based hypervisor7 Jun
Transportation
How Software Is Eating the Car
The trend toward self-driving and electric vehicles will add hundreds of millions of lines of code to cars. Can the auto industry cope?
7 Jun
Energy
It’s Time For Utilities to Learn to Love Hydrogen
Solar energy, wind energy, electrolysis, and fuel cells point to big opportunities in turbulent markets
7 Jun
Robotics
Video Friday: NASA Sending Robots to Venus
Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos
4 Jun
Whitepaper
Virtual 5G Innovations is Back for MWC21 Barcelona
Virtual 5G Innovations is Back for MWC21 Barcelona
4 Jun
The Institute
This Autonomous Drone is the First to Make Nighttime Offshore Deliveries
Startup F-drones delivers heavy payloads to cargo ships and oil rigs docked up to 100 kilometers away from shore
4 Jun
Webinar
Join us for an upcoming webinar on simulating semiconductor device physics with COMSOL®.
Webinar on Simulating Semiconductor Device Physics
4 Jun
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