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Girls in Science and Engineering Arduino Project Instructor

In June 2015 I had the opportunity to work as an Arduino project instructor for the Women in Science and Engineering’s annual Girls in Science in Engineering summer day camp at the University of Michigan. 359 more words

I will be actively performing research in the Mars One project.

http://www.mars-one.com/

Here are a lot of links that has sdks for download that I swear by.They are the hypertexts of my  knowledge and for you to peruse.Here they are.Cheers! 98 more words

Qualcomm + NXP Would Change Everything In Semiconductors

http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/business/qualcomm-nxp-would-change-everything-in-semiconductors.html #Business http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Qualcomm-NXP-Would-Change-Everything-In-Semiconductors.jpg Qualcomm + NXP Would Change Everything In Semiconductors
Qualcomm + NXP Would Change Everything In Semiconductors : A report in the Wall Street Journal said that Qualcomm was in talks to acquire NXP for an estimated $30 billion, marking another mega acquisition in the semiconductor industry….

Qualcomm + NXP Would Change Everything In Semiconductors

http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/business/qualcomm-nxp-would-change-everything-in-semiconductors.html Qualcomm + NXP Would Change Everything In Semiconductors
Qualcomm + NXP Would Change Everything In Semiconductors : A report in the Wall Street Journal said that Qualcomm was in talks to acquire NXP for an estimated $30 billion, marking another mega acquisition in the semiconductor industry…. 10 more words

China builds world’s fastest supercomputer without U.S. chips

China’s massive system runs real applications and is ‘not just a stunt machine,’ says top U.S. supercomputing researcher.China on Monday revealed its latest supercomputer, a monolithic system with 10.65 million compute cores built entirely with Chinese microprocessors. 26 more words

Beyond Moore’s Law: Vacuum Tubes?

Beyond Moore’s Law: Vacuum Tubes?

By Shlomo Maital

 

Vacuum tube

   Sometimes, you can innovate by going back to the future. Take, for instance, the transistor. They are getting ever smaller, and more and more of them are packed into a microprocessor.   337 more words

Innovation Blog

Biological Computers

Move over Intel, the new wave of micro-processors are about to hit the shelves. Colonies of yeast can be genetically engineered to form complex logical pathways which, when applied with particular stimuli, form incredibly powerful computations. 191 more words

Chester Press