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Continuing Education Beyond the Classroom

Continuing Education Beyond the Classroom

An experienced student’s perspective on Project DIANA, a project part of the EPICS in IEEE Environmental Competition.  There is only so much you can learn inside the four walls of a classroom. Take it from Maia Medeiros who holds a Masters Degree in Biological...

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On a Mission to Save Biodiversity

On a Mission to Save Biodiversity

An update on Project DIANA, a student-run project under EPICS in IEEE. By Amanda Weissman Seven students of IEEE STEAM Club at Ohlone College have taken on the wide-scale goal of reducing harmful gasses to preserve both native and endangered species while improving...

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Mentoring EPICS in IEEE projects

Mentoring EPICS in IEEE projects

By Stephanie Gillespie Industry professionals can play a critical role in the success of a service learning project. By sharing your experience in technical design, professionalism, client/stakeholder relations, and/or project management, you can mentor a...

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How John Deere Cut Down On Emissions

How John Deere Cut Down On Emissions

  By Isaac Ryu Most known for its farm and lawn equipment, John Deere has committed to producing more sustainable products. Their sustainability goals range from using water responsibly in manufacturing to recycling 85% of waste. Their commitment to...

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Heat Waves are Causing Widespread Structural Damage

Heat Waves are Causing Widespread Structural Damage

By Isaac Ryu During the past weeks, North America has experienced one of the hottest heat waves in history. Oregon, a state that has cooler temperatures compared to California for example, has experienced record highs in temperature. British Columbia, a province in...

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MilkGaurd: Solutions for Mothers, Babies, and Milk Banks Part 2

MilkGaurd: Solutions for Mothers, Babies, and Milk Banks Part 2

SCU Students Develop Sensor for Testing Bacteria in Breastmilk - Part 2 By Christina Muchmore           The last blog introduced the “Milk Gals,” from Santa Clara University, a team of five women looking to develop an alginate-based sensor strip for testing if E.coli...

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Tokyo 2021 Olympics: The Most Advanced Olympics Ever (Part 3)

Tokyo 2021 Olympics: The Most Advanced Olympics Ever (Part 3)

By Isaac Ryu The viewer experience has become a significant priority for all major news networks. Whether it's sports coverage or even an election, networks have turned to new technologies to create an enhanced product. Before the Tokyo Olympics, NBC selected their...

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Tokyo 2021 Olympics: The Most Advanced Olympics Ever (Part 2)

Tokyo 2021 Olympics: The Most Advanced Olympics Ever (Part 2)

By Isaac Ryu: Alongside implementing facial recognition, the International Olympics Committee (IOC) alongside Intel will add a host of tech to the upcoming games. One thing that is returning after its debut in Pyeongchang in 2018 is virtual reality. Virtual reality at...

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Tokyo 2021 Olympics: The Most Advanced Olympics Ever (Part 1)

Tokyo 2021 Olympics: The Most Advanced Olympics Ever (Part 1)

Tokyo 2021 Olympics: The Most Advanced Olympics Ever (PART 1) By: Isaac Ryu After getting canceled in 2020, the Tokyo Olympics are set to take place in July. This marks the fourth time the Olympic Games have been held in Japan and now shapes up to be the most advanced...

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