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The satellite communications era is 50 years old this week. The global satcom industry – now earning upwards of $100 billion annually – dates back to the first active communications satellite, Telstar-1, launched by Thor-Delta rocket from Cape Canaveral on 10 July 1962.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has launched an an online-only open access engineering megajournal.
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A new category that recognises sports technology will be part of this year’s Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Innovation Awards.
The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair received the 2012 Rooke Medal at the Royal Academy of Engineering’s annual awards dinner last night.
Professor Sir Tony Hoare has proposed an alternative Turing Test that could yield more effective tools for software developers at a prestige conference dedicated to the developer of arguably the famous method for assessing the quality of artificial intelligence.
Techniques similar to those used by Intel to debug the floating-point unit in its processors are now being applied to models of human cells in an attempt to better understand how they work. The approach has already led to the development of a safer heart defibrillation technique that slashes the energy needed by a factor of ten.