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Electrifying the Land of High Passes

POSTED BY: DOUGLAS MACKENZIE / 19 February 2018

Providing solar power for remote villages in the Himalayas

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The State of Research: Where Are We Headed?

POSTED BY: CHAI K. TOH / 14 February 2018
Industry and academia have become shortsighted

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2018 Winter Olympics a Prime Target for Hackers

POSTED BY: ADAM K. LEVIN / 8 February 2018
Phishing attacks are being executed to disrupt the games

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Microsoft’s Decision to End Arbitration Agreements Is a Win for Women

POSTED BY: SALLY J. HIBBITTS / 1 February 2018
Employees will be able to take sexual harassment claims to court

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Investors Ask Apple to Investigate Its Gadgets’ Effects on Kids’ Health

POSTED BY: MEGAN JOSEPH / 31 January 2018
They want the company to make its smartphones and tablets less addicting

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How to Get More Girls Interested in STEM Fields

POSTED BY: CAROLYN PARKER / 24 January 2018
Here are the real reasons they do not pursue a career in science or engineering

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New Safety Features in Your Car Might Make Your Driving Worse

POSTED BY: AMANDA DAVIS / 22 January 2018
As automotive tech advances, motorists are becoming less alert

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IEEE Member Wins $1 Million Award for Her 3D Printer Startup

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 19 January 2018
The WeWork Creator prize will be used to fulfill her venture’s mission of printing with trash

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IEEE’s Top 10 Technology Predictions for 2018

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 19 January 2018
Technical experts say we’ll see more automated financial services and mixed-reality environments

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How 5G Could Prevent Internet Disruptions During a Natural Disaster

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 18 January 2018
Expert Gerhard Fettweis explains the advantages