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  1. Integrated Isolation Barrier Technology Enables Digital Isolators to Protect System Integrity   29/Apr/17 12:00pm
    Integrating an isolation barrier into a power IC is an example of how packaging technology has advanced the semiconductor state-of-the art. This technology enables these devices to perform as digital isolators and also allows the isolation capability to control high voltage outputs with low voltage logic inputs.   Power Electronics News
     
  2. 'I feel violated': Engineer who pointed out traffic signals flaw fined for 'unlicensed engineering'   29/Apr/17 12:00pm
    Welcome to the crazy world of Oregon state law Interview Last year, Mats Järlström was fined $500 for revealing troubling flaws in the mathematical formula used to govern the timing of US traffic lights.…   The Register
     
  3. California fossils, stone tools may rewrite New World human history   29/Apr/17 12:00pm
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In what may be one of the most significant discoveries ever in archeology in the Americas, researchers on Wednesday said stone tools and broken mastodon bones unearthed in California show humans had reached the Americas by about 130,000 years ago, far earlier than previously known.   Reuters: Science News
     
  4. Trump talks about Mars mission on call with record-breaking astronaut   29/Apr/17 12:00pm
    (Reuters) - U.S. astronaut Peggy Whitson broke the 534-day U.S. record for cumulative time in space on Monday and marked the occasion by speaking with President Donald Trump about plans for human trips to Mars.   Reuters: Science News
     
  5. Daniel Zuo: Creative approaches to connectivity   29/Apr/17 08:00am
    MIT senior and Marshall Scholar will pursue research on algorithms to improve computer networks.   MIT News - Computer science
     
  6. Cutting down the clutter in online conversations   29/Apr/17 08:00am
    “Wikum†system from CSAIL researchers provides readers with detailed summaries of online discussions.   MIT News - Computer science
     
  7. Split-second data mapping   29/Apr/17 08:00am
    New type of database-analytics platform queries and maps billions of data points in milliseconds.   MIT News - Computer science
     
  8. Model sheds light on purpose of inhibitory neurons   29/Apr/17 08:00am
    Study suggests computational role for neurons that prevent other neurons from firing.   MIT News - Computer science
     
  9. Making big data manageable   29/Apr/17 08:00am
    Technique shrinks data sets while preserving their fundamental mathematical relationships.   MIT News - Computer science
     
  10. Helping policy and technology work together   29/Apr/17 08:00am
    Engineering grad student Keertan Kini is working to strengthen the intersection of policy and technology.   MIT News - Computer science
     

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