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Marvell's Horace Ng grew patent portfolio
Finalist, Best IP Lawyer category: Horace Ng, Managing IP Counsel and Director of IP Development, Marvell Semiconductor Inc. Birthplace: Hong Kong Education: B.S., electrical engineering, Columbia University, 1988; J.D., Brooklyn Law School, 1993; M.S., electrical engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1999.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Electrical Maintenance Engineer-Steel-paid relo to NorthernKY-fzsmWO
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MIT's super-speedy robot fish makes flashy escape
MIT's Andrew Marchese and Daniela Rus put the soft silicone rubber outer skin on their robotic fish.
Augmented Reality in 2014: Exploring the IEEE Special Issue with Guest Editor Jules White
Jules White, Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Vanderbilt University served as a guest editor of the February Special Issue of the Proceedings of the IEEE on the topic of augmented reality .
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Purchase of equipment for the purpose of laboratory automation and industrial electronics
Contract notice: Purchase of equipment for the purpose of laboratory automation and industrial electronics.
Las Cruces Sun-News
NMSU researchers build computerized hummingbird feeder
NMSU's Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Center designed and manufactured a computerized hummingbird feeder to learn about the birds and their territorial behavior.
R & D
Graphene-copper sandwich may improve, shrink electronics
Researchers have discovered that creating a graphene-copper-graphene "sandwich" strongly enhances the heat conducting properties of copper, a discovery that could further help in the downscaling of electronics.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
ELECTRICAL engineering student Natasha Barton, 20, prepares for planting as she soaks up the sunshine at Edinburgh College's solar meadow.
Raspberry Pi: Fun with a serious purpose
I had almost forgotten how much fun personal computing could be; and that's the point of this miniature device.
Science, Industry and Business
Bending the Light with a Tiny Chip
A silicon chip developed by Caltech researchers acts as a lens-free projector--and could one day end up in your cell phone.
Widest Band Amplifier Ever At 235 GHz
An exciting collaboration between UCL and Chalmers University of Technology has led to a world breakthrough in wide band amplifier circuit design.
Engineering students chime in with new electronic music system for Pulley Tower
Pulley tower sits at the edge of Cook Field and serenades the students with its chimes for 10 minutes, eight times a day.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
How an Entrepreneurial Engineering Education Nurtured a Biotech Startup
Identify a real-world problem. Engineer a solution. And, if the solution works, figure out how it can be commercially viable.
Siemens and Trintech to Discuss ROI of Finance Automation at IQPC Shared Services Conference
Trintech , a leading global provider of integrated software solutions for the Last Mile of Finance, announced today that it is sponsoring the International Quality & Productivity Center's 18th Annual North American Shared Services & Outsourcing Week being held on March 12 - 14, 2014 at Disney's Contemporary Resort in Orlando, Fl.
Charged: Jim Campbell in NYC: The artist brings his sculptural LED...
While the boundaries between contemporary art and technology have grown increasingly blurry-thanks to everything from biologically-inspired knitted structures to oil that "defies" gravity -there are, surprisingly, only a handful of artists who delve deep into the specs and circuits of light technology .
The Washington Post
Yondenko to Build 12.5MW Solar Power Plant in Western Japan
Yondenko Corp., a Japanese electrical engineering company, will build a 3.1 billion yen solar power station in Kagawa prefecture in western Japan.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Louisiana Tech announces winter quarter graduates
Louisiana Tech's winter quarter commencement exercises were held March 1, with diplomas awarded to 328 graduates.
Engineering team increases power efficiency for future computer processors
Have you ever wondered why your laptop or smartphone feels warm when you're using it? That heat is a byproduct of the microprocessors in your device using electric current to power computer processing functions - and it is actually wasted energy.
Matt's Favorites: Lots Of New Job Postings, And More
Welcome back to Monday, when it's finally starting to feel a bit like spring around here .
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Fort Collins Coloradoan
Echo Summit expands property management operations to Northern Colorado
Fort Collins native and Colorado State University alumnus Scott Lukes has expanded Echo Summit Property Management to Fort Collins.