This simple DIY LED flashlight is quick and easy to build with inexpensive parts that are commonly found at home. If you don’t already have all the parts in the list below, you can easily find them from online outlets like Amazon, or office supply stores like Staples. Here’s what you’ll need: 1 x piece […]
Are you interested in AI? Then don’t miss UMaine’s webinar series exploring recent advances and the future funding landscape. These sessions are free and open to the public. Join in and learn more about this exciting field from academic, industry and government leaders! Webinars will run the first Thursday of each month this fall from […]
The 2020 IEEE-USA Awards nominations have been extended until 30 September! Help us recognize the good work U.S. engineers are doing, especially in these difficult times. These annual awards honor professionalism, technical achievement, and literary contributions to public awareness of the engineering profession in the United States. Nominate a friend or colleague today, and help […]
Whether your children are back to their classrooms or learning from home, they’ll love the SciFest All Access STEM festival. Running online from Sept. 26 and EXTENDED until Oct. 31 due to popular demand, there’s something for everyone: K-12 students, families, teachers and college students. Experience virtual booths with hands-on and interactive STEM content, special […]
The results of IEEE-USA’s latest Salary & Benefits Survey are in! In 2019, the typical U.S. tech professional IEEE member earned $148,500 in 2019, excluding overtime, profit sharing, and side hustles. While that’s up 2.4 percent from $145,000 in 2018, real income was virtually unchanged. It’s also a smaller increase than the previous year. Yet […]
Join the IEEE Foundation and IEEE History Center for a free webinar on the origins of electric light! Part of the Foundation’s Spotlight Webinar Series, this session will dive into Thomas Edison’s invention of the practical incandescent lamp. Catch it live online on 17 September at 1:00pm ET. To register, please visit the sign-up page.
The House Science Committee is holding a hearing on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on university research. It will take place on 9 September at 11:00am ET. Viewers can watch the hearing live via video conferencing. For more information, please visit the hearing page.