2020-06-04 - George Leopold

Can the SpaceX Falcon 9 launch Save 2020?

1968 and 2020: Similarities include the glimmer of hope provided by the rocket launch amid war, social unrest, racial injustice…

2020-05-29 - Junko Yoshida

What Today’s Engineers Need to Know

What does today’s engineer need to know? Daniel Cooley, Silicon Labs' chief strategy officer, went straight to four big industry-wide…

2020-04-07 - Alissa M. Fitzgerald, Farzad Khademolhosseini

MEMS Tech to Combat the Coronavirus

The race against time to fight the Covid-19 pandemic has motivated a global flurry of activity and collaboration by technology…

2020-04-01 - Giovanni Di Maria

Covid-19: Designs for Low-Cost Ventilators

Designers from all over the world are working to design and build special low-cost ventilators in no time to fight…

2020-03-30 - Ann R. Thryft

How Secure is U.S. Election Technology?

U.S. election infrastructure remains unsecured mere months before the next presidential election.

2020-03-25 - Cabe Atwell

Combatting Covid-19 with Emerging Tech

Medical professionals are employing the latest technology to help mitigate the current pandemic that's hit nearly every continent.

2020-03-23 - Sally Ward-Foxton

‘Electronic Nose’ Inspired by Neuromorphic Technology

Detecting chemicals via their smells is useful for security and medical applications.

2020-03-19 - Nitin Dahad

OFC 2020: The Future of Silicon Photonics and Optics

OFC 2020 went ahead with a combo of live and virtual events to explore the future of optics and silicon…

2020-03-19 - Echo Zhao, EE Times China

SMIC Graduates to Something Sort of Akin to 7nm

SMIC introduces an advanced 14nm production process as it tries to close the technology gap with the west.

2020-03-18 - Sally Ward-Foxton

IBM’s Watson Now Understands Idioms

The technology from Project Debater is now commercially available as part of Watson.