Here’s What’s in Store for Engineers Week in 2015

POSTED BY: CHRIS McMANES / 28 January 2015
Learning about LED lighting systems and meeting an astronaut are some of the events planned

How to Stay Relevant in Today’s Dynamic Technology Field

POSTED BY: POORNIMA VIJAYASHANKER / 26 January 2015
Keeping up with new tools and techniques can be hard to do in an ever-changing industry

How Government Agencies Can Better Support Technological Advancements

POSTED BY: BY GLENN RICART / 20 January 2015
Access to infrastructure is one way to give engineers a true testing ground for their ideas

IEEE Milestone Honors Nearly a Century of Breakthroughs at Bell Labs

POSTED BY: AMANDA DAVIS / 14 January 2015
Four plaques were unveiled at its Murray Hill, N.J., headquarters

Five Eye-Catching Technologies at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

POSTED BY: AMANDA DAVIS / 9 January 2015
Wearables, telemedicine devices, and smart-vehicle technology stole the show

How I Launched an Internet-of-Things Pet Product

POSTED BY: TOM KOWALICK / 8 January 2015
This tag can help lost dogs contact their owners

See What IEEE Has in Store for the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

POSTED BY: AMANDA DAVIS / 6 January 2015
A mind-controlled game and famous guests will make an appearance

Your Questions Answered: Software-Defined Networks

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 6 January 2015
Experts talk about infrastructure, security concerns, and potential military applications

Five Famously Wrong Predictions About Technology

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 19 December 2014
If these came true, there would be no home computers, tablets, or Internet

The Institute’s Most Popular Articles of 2014

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 19 December 2014
Tech history, bioengineering, and engineering employment top the list


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