We've created a new EE Life blog, Academic Antics, to collect all the fantastic engineering pranks you pulled back in the days before life got real.
We had a lot of fun with Engineering Practical Jokes this year and now it's time to step into the Way Back Machine and send us your engineering pranks from college. We've created a new blog, Academic Antics, expressly for this purpose.
Did you prank the dorm bully or the self-centered jock? Did you woo a young lovely with your cleverness? Did you really assemble a Volkswagen in the dean's office and leave it running???
Let us know. Email us your Academic Antics and we'll post them. As with Practical Jokes, we'll gather them for a few months, put them to a vote and give away a prize or two.
I wonder just how clever today's fresh-outs or college students are compared with older generations...
Let us know!
A team from IBM & ETH, Zurich, have put normally unwanted stochastic effects to good use. Making use of the fact that phase change devices are able to offer a more accurate representation of biological systems than perhaps any other solid state device.