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A recent patent analysis found IEEE to be cited in patents over three times more often than any other publisher.
A team of engineers developed a prototype that could become the world’s first wearable device that can track the heart's mechanics.
The latest Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports (JCR study), released in June 2016, reveals that IEEE journals continue to maintain rankings at the top of their fields.
IEEE content remains crucial to the broadcasting industry—providing research from image processing to video coding and radio frequency, through IEEE Xplore.
Future innovations in computing technologies—wearables, robots, machine intelligence, and more—require wholesale transformation of user interfaces.