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Content posted in September 2016
Getting closer to the electronic nose, via a 250-GHz route
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9/26/2016   Post a comment
We are a long way from the versatile nose of a bloodhound, but ultrahigh-GHz CMOS ICs are offering a focused gas-measurement opportunity.
The STEM shortage: real or not?
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9/24/2016   1 comment
We hear a lot about this "crisis," but whether it exists and, if so, to what extent, may be an unanswerable question.
Goodbye VCR, We'll Miss What You Did for Us
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9/20/2016   3 comments
It's formal end-of-life for this astounding consumer product, whose social impact is acknowledged while the amazing engineering feat it embodies is usually glossed over.
Gas Discharge Tubes: Old Protection in a New Bottle--Literally
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9/13/2016   Post a comment
Sometimes the "old" is more than merely "new again", but instead is the only viable solution to a challenging technical problem.




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