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Children’s Books That Aim to Bridge the Gender Gap

IEEE Member Kerrine Bryan discusses Butterfly Books, her publishing company

Publish date: 09/09/2019

 
The Top Programming Languages 2019

Python remains the big kahuna, but specialist languages hold their own

Publish date: 09/09/2019

 
Campaign Features Tech Experts’ Contributions In Key Technologies

The impact that IEEE members have had on the world of technology is obvious—including work that helped humans land on the moon and the popular IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi standard—but not all the stories about their contributions have been told.

Publish date: 09/09/2019

 
3 Ways for Engineers to Leverage Their Social Media Accounts

You can get a career boost through clever use of Twitter, even if you don’t have hordes of followers.

Publish date: 09/03/2019

 
Exclusive: 3-Wheeled Aptera Reboots as World’s Most Efficient Electric Car

1,600 km per charge promised by the team that created a lightweight two-seat EV a decade ago.

Publish date: 09/03/2019

 
Eben Upton on the Raspberry Pi’s Industrial Crossover and Why There Will Never Be a Pi 9

The creator of the popular $35 computer explains the design of the new Pi 4

Publish date: 08/28/2019

 
Visit the Reactor That Made the Plutonium for the “Fat Man” Nuclear Bomb

The Manhattan Project’s B Reactor at Hanford is a fascinating, complicated monument to U.S. nuclear history

Publish date: 08/28/2019

 
All Engineering Knowledge Has an Expiration Date. The Trick Is to Know When

Engineering grads are facing an ever rising tide of knowledge.

Publish date: 08/26/2019

 
Software Engineering Grads Lack the Skills Startups Need

Study shows university software engineering programs focus too much on the needs of large companies.

Publish date: 08/23/2019

 
What Engineers and Shamans Have in Common

How Vannevar Bush's call for engineers to “minister to the people” could inspire 21st century EEs to tackle the world's most vexing problems.

Publish date: 08/08/2019