10 Space Exploration Trends to Watch Slideshow 4/16/2014 13 comments The machines continue to perform splendidly across the solar system. Yet the uncertainty that now besets the American space program stems from Earth-bound policy failures and a singular lack of imagination.
Billion-Dollar BS Degrees Slideshow 4/15/2014 8 comments Can anyone ever get rich, and we mean really rich, with an engineering degree? We asked ourselves that question after Forbes published its most recent list of the top 100 billionaires in the world.
ACE Awards 2014 Celebrate Ecosystem Slideshow 4/6/2014 1 comment AQuantia wins company of the year, AMD's Lisa Su wins executive of the year at EE Times and EDN's ACE Awards ceremony on Tuesday night; Jack Ganssle and ISSCC' Ken Smith and Laura Fujino also honored for achievement.
EE Job Titles of the Future Slideshow 3/24/2014 17 comments In an ever-evolving, complex industry such as electrical engineering, specialties and necessary skill sets are bound to change. EE and computer science professors are changing the way they teach as equipment becomes less expensive, fields merge, and new needs are created.
10 Intriguing Sci-Tech Oscars Slideshow 3/1/2014 1 comment From GPU to Fast Fourier Transform, the tech you know wins Oscars. Here's a list of 10 of the 19 scientific and technical Oscar awards handed out this year for technical achievements in the motion picture business. Give these true celebs a hand.
Engineers On The Big Sceen Slideshow 3/1/2014 13 comments This is the perfect time to cuddle up with a few flicks, but donít get caught up in the Oscar bru-ha-ha. Check out these films about engineers who save the day, create new machines, and face seemingly insurmountable challenges.
10 Engineering Schools You Should Know But Donít Slideshow 2/24/2014 14 comments Here is a list of 10 of up-and-coming colleges and universities for engineers. The list includes a wide variety of schools including both liberal arts colleges and research universities. The focus is how well they prepare students for the job market.
5 Hot Papers from ISSCC Slideshow 2/14/2014 9 comments More than two dozen scientific papers are on display at this week's International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco. These five technologies showcase the latest innovations from research institutions, startups, and big market players.
7 Presidents Who Thought Like Engineers Slideshow 2/14/2014 45 comments Of the 44 US presidents to date, seven have been most like engineers -- either because they were engineers, they studied engineering in school, or some aspect of what they did reflected an engineer's mentality.
Top 10 Sensor Trends to Watch Slideshow 2/10/2014 22 comments Hereís a look at 10 trends in 10 sensor applications emerging from the recent International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and over the past year.
Wellness Products at CES Weigh In Slideshow 1/12/2014 16 comments If you weren't walking miles already at this year's International CES, hundreds of vendors offered wares to keep you healthy. From fitness to improved sleep and at-home medical care, click through to read about the gadgets we liked best.
10 Nautical Robots Ride Out the Storm Slideshow 1/2/2014 12 comments Design News's latest crop of nautical robots are a talented lot. They include a new category of recreational, as well as professional, remotely operated vehicles, and some that emulate the movements of fish, turtles, or octopus.
Check Out the CEO's Paycheck Slideshow 12/25/2013 88 comments Across the world, the economics of commerce show that executive officers in large companies make substantially more than the average worker. Click to the next page to read what some of the top semiconductor companies are paying their chief executive officers.
11 Inexpensive Portable Test Tools Slideshow 12/24/2013 25 comments Toy or test bench? For professional or tinkerer (or both)? Those are questions engineers have to ask when looking at these low-cost, portable test and measurement tools from 2013.
Building a Better Human Slideshow 12/23/2013 7 comments Prosthetic limbs and other artificial body parts have come a long way in the last 10 to 20 years, and many on the market and under development today can restore nearly the same functions as the human body parts they're replacing, or even improve them.