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Computer Magazine

Now available in IEEE Xplore from Computer - "Thinking Virtual"

Although virtual reality (VR) technology has not delivered on some of the futuristic promises imagined at its genesis, recent VR advances provide strong support for psychobiological therapies and improved communications.


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Bell Labs

Bell Labs Technical Journal 50th Anniversary Special Feature: The Discovery of Cosmic Microwave Background

The articles in this special issue look back fifty years to a discovery that provided important insights into an explosion of another sort: the Big Bang. We show that this seminal discovery was the result of investigations into solving a practical problem (radio communications) and it has connections to a multitude of other subsequent innovations and discoveries.

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Proceedings of the IEEE

Latest Issue of the Proceedings of the IEEE now available in IEEE Xplore

The latest issue of the Proceedings of the IEEE explores several topics this month such as the Flexible Optical Networking Paradigm, Geometric Algebra for Electrical and Electronic Engineers, and an article about today’s engineering education being the Liberal Arts education of the future.

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IEEE Access

IEEE Access: Featured articles with comments

Now, readers can post their comments and questions about a published article directly on IEEE Xplore. This new feature, exclusive to IEEE Access, allows researchers to connect with other experts in their field, provide article feedback, and share related

Several articles have already had discussions initiated in the comments field. See some of these articles here:

» Intermittent Electrical Contact Resistance as a Contributory Factor in the Loss of Automobile Speed Control Functional Integrity

» 3D Printing for the Rapid Prototyping of Structural Electronics

» A Low-Cost Open-Source Metal 3-D Printer

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