Taxi-cabs were once considered to be the ideal means of transportation if you were in a highly populated city. But with the emergence of ride-sharing apps, the taxi industry has shown a decline over the past
Engineering is a field that has often been considered male-dominated. However, organizations such as IEEE’s Women in Engineering (WIE) and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) are striving for parity and gender equality in the workplace
When it comes to American agriculture and farming, the state of California is usually not the first to come to mind. However, in 2017 the California Department of Food and Agriculture reported $20.56 billion in agricultural
The IEEE Malaysia Section and the IEEE Student Branch of Universiti Sains Malaysia partnered with Mercy Malaysia, a non-profit that provides relief, sustainable development and risk reduction to vulnerable communities. Together, they are built a body
To promote engineering and sustainable development, the IEEE Student Chapter of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico will designed and implemented a “Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development Laboratory” (RESDL) educational laboratory. Lab users work with university
Most smartphones look pretty similar for the most part right? Google’s Pixel 3, Apple’s iPhone XR, and Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus, they are sleek flat screen phones that utilize a powerful camera. However, Sony plans to
How do you encourage a bright, diverse STEM workforce for the future? The IEEE Student Branch at Texas A&M University in Kingsville (TAMUK) has an answer. They are collaborating with the Boys and Girls Club of
In August of 2016, we heard murmurs of an elusive operating system called Google Fuchsia. Although this system has been in the works for nearly 3 years, Google has been tight-lipped about its features and prototypes.