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Content posted in June 2015
Will wood chips replace silicon chips?
Analog Angle  
6/23/2015   4 comments
Researchers have developed ICs which use a wood-based substrate rather than silicon or gallium arsenide; do their potential environmental benefits really matter?
Courses We’ve Taken: Useful, and Not
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6/18/2015   4 comments
The value of engineering-related courses varies considerably, and often the ones on the periphery of the core subjects turn out to be the most useful—even if that isn’t apparent at first.




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