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Wireless Design & Development
Wirelessly Charged Microchip Opens Doors into 'Electroceutical' Devices'
Stanford's novel method safely delivers wireless power to devices as small as a grain of rice for medical implants deep within the body.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Undergraduate researchers tackle summer projects
Dr. Hector Ochoa, student Adam Huffman and Dr. David Hoe look at a computer monitor in the Electrical Engineering Signal Processing Lab at The University of Texas at Tyler.
Longer wait for station escalator
The electrical engineering department of Chakradharpur division may have rushed the blueprint of a Rs 1-crore escalator project to the Garden Reach headquarters of South Eastern Railway for final approval after the Railway Board cleared it last year, but the money train is nowehere in immediate sight.
Google Street View Captures Crime From Start To Finish
Two electrical engineering students in Serbia were caught by the police preparing to rob a jewelry store.
Nottingham Evening Post
Prize packages will spark development for winners
BRIGHT sparks of the business world took home the top prizes in the final of a competition to nurture Nottingham's budding entrepreneurs.
Makerere raises cut-off points for sciences
Although fewer students at A-level offer science subjects and later pass them, courses continue to be highly competitive in institutions of higher learning.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
'Lab on a chip' brings fast DNA screening: Engineer has developed a...
But at the age of 23, and without an O level or A level, let alone an Oxbridge degree on his CV, the young engineer was accepted for a postdoctoral position at the university, beginning a career that would lead to him create an artificial pancreas for people with diabetes, a wireless heart monitor, and a combined digital and analogue mobile phone, ... (more)
Smart Bands/Watches look out, Keychains are also getting smarter
These days, smart bands and smart watches are all the rage. But Dr. Ezzat Bakhoum, a professor of Electrical Engineering at University of Florida, seems uninterested with this entire wearable fad and thinks that consumers are better off using his invention, the Smart Keychain .
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Judge Allows Contractors' Suit Against Zimbabwe Diamond Centre
The Herald: Nine companies have taken the Zimbabwe Diamond Technology Centre to court demanding nearly $5 million for services rendered during the construction of the state-of-the-art center two years ago.
How To Create A Target Employer List For Your Job Search
When you're in a job search, your plan is important. We laid out a job search plan in this story.
LittleBits circuits now let kid geniuses hook up to the Internet
Last year, I chronicled how LittleBits and its snap-together circuits and servos quickly drew my 6-year-old into the world of the most simple electrical engineering projects.
The Citizens' Voice
University of Scranton recognizes top local graduates
First row, from left, are Patricia Harrington, Ed.D., intern provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, and Nicole Thomas, who received the Excellence in Early and Primary Education Award at The University of Scranton's 2014 Commencement Exercise.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Spectris profit hurt by lower mining demand
Electrical engineering equipment maker Spectris Plc said first-half pretax profit slumped 10 percent, dented by a weaker- than-expected performance in the second quarter primarily in the mining and academic research sectors.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Celcom Axiata announces several key appointments
Zuraida will oversee the corporate initiatives in Celcom, besides strengthening and unifying the capabilities of the organisation as a whole.
The Wichita Eagle
2014 American Solar Challenge crosses Kansas
Oregon State students work on the top of their solar race car with the solar array on it during a pit stop at the Kansas Aviation Museum Wednesday.
Brian Riley has 15 years of product development experience in embedded and enterprise systems software and security.
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Software & Information Technology [Chemical Engineering Progress]
Tools Integrate Instrumentation and Electrical System Design CADWorx E&I V2014 includes enhanced tools for the engineering and design of electrical equipment and instrumentation for all plant lifecycle phases.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Matt Cranitch is a well-known Irish fiddle player. Dr. Cranitch is a founding member of Na Fili.
Area students earn academic accolades and honors
Richard graduates from Grove City College Daniel Richard graduated from Grove City College in Grove City, Pa., on May 17. Richard earned a B.S. electrical engineering degree in electrical engineering.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
San Diego NewsCape
No-wait data centers
Big websites usually maintain their own "data centers," banks of tens or even hundreds of thousands of servers, all passing data back and forth to field users' requests.