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IEEE President-elect Karen Bartleson shares her thoughts on advancing opportunities in engineering for women: http://bit.ly/1OPdh5I.
Karen Bartleson, IEEE President-elect On 23 May, I had the pleasure of participating in the IEEE Women in Engineering’s (WIE) International Leadership Conf
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We sat down with Chair of the IEEE Public Visibility Committee and IEEE Senior Member Tom Coughlin to talk about his experience at CES Asia. Read about his conference experience and new and emerging technology and trends: http://bit.ly/1TyffyM.
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Leave your wallet at home because you’ll be paying with a selfie soon: http://bit.ly/1TwP1HA
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Great technology ideas don't always catch on quickly. Mobile pay hasn't caught as fast as predicted because of 1) cost to vendors and 2) only a niche market actually know how to use their phones for more than texting and looking at Facebook. 
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In a time when there was a lot of debate about the nature of matter, Amedeo Avogadro's ideas gave a quantitative description of atoms, molecules and their behavior that has survived the test of time. Read about Avogadro's life and the development and acceptance of his Number: http://bit.ly/1RnaLU6 shared via +Proceedings of the IEEE.
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Throughout their 30-year Space Shuttle program, +NASA had 135 missions and had sent over 300 astronauts into space. When it came to an end it 2011, NASA shuttles had spent 198,728.5 hours in space. This means, you could have watched roughly 99,364 2-hour movies in the time NASA shuttles spent in space.
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We’re continuing our countdown to the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference with IEEE Fellow, Wanda K. Reder. Her initiatives cultivated new membership, established a successful scholarship fund, and positioned IEEE as the source for expert smart grid information. She served as president of the IEEE Power & Energy Society and launched the IEEE Smart Grid among many other initiatives. Reder was also the recipient of the 2014 IEEE Richard M. Emberson Award. Get the latest news from IEEE WIE ILC here: http://bit.ly/wie-ilc
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Virtual reality is taking the world by storm and companies are racing towards new ways for users to experience the new technology. At CES Asia 2016, IEEE Senior Member Dr. Tom Coughlin tried out the Omni VR Treadmill and sat down with Tencent Digital to discuss the future of VR.
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Achieving greatness doesn’t come without hard work.
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Long gone are the days of running to the Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) to stop recording so you didn’t have commercials. The first home VCR showed up in 1963 in the UK and could be purchased for approximately 60 Euros. The VCR had several drawbacks: it was expensive and could only record 20 minutes at a time.
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Researchers are finding new ways to utilize 3D printing each day with new techniques and materials. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved a new use for 3D printing; 3D printed medication: http://bit.ly/25hAJW9
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The IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference starts tomorrow! Today we’re recognizing the pioneering work on machine vision and perception of IEEE Fellow, Dr. Ruzena Bajcsy. During the 1980s, Dr. Bajcsy was the first to recognize that active perception was needed to improve computer vision/information acquisition. She was the recipient of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Award in 2013 for her contributions in robotics and automation. If you haven’t registered for the WIEILC this is your last chance, so register now! http://bit.ly/1W4cV2M
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With the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference beginning next week, we’re highlighting the work of IEEE Fellow Dr. Tsu-Jae King Liu. She has paved the way for continued transistor miniaturization to improve the functionality and cost of electronic devices such as cell, phones, MP3 players and netbooks. Dr. Liu has authored/co-authored close to 500 publications and holds over 90 U.S. patents. She also received the IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Award in 2010 for contributions to nanoscale MOS transistors, memory devices, and MEMs devices. Learn more about innovative women in engineering next week by registering for the IEEE WIE ILC. http://bit.ly/1W4cV2M
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