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IEEE Spectrum Magazine

The latest issue of IEEE Spectrum, How to Catch Brain Waves in a Net, now available in IEEE Xplore

A mesh of electrodes draped over the cortex could be the future of brain-machine interfaces. Explore this issue and past issues of IEEE Spectrum on IEEE Xplore.

 

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Now available in IEEE Xplore: The latest issue of the IBM Journal of Research & Development - Smarter Finance

This special issue of the IBM Journal of Research and Development will emphasize new analytic methods, tools, and case studies that are foundational to transforming enterprise finance organizations to become the center for decision-making for corporate performance management.
 

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Morgan & Claypool eBooks

Morgan & Claypool Synthesis eBooks Library: Editor spotlight

The Morgan & Claypool (M&C) eBooks Library in IEEE Xplore features a number of highly respected and well-known series editors who manage the peer review and author selection process. These prominent editors are expert contributors to diverse technology fields and include several leading IEEE editors, members and former IEEE presidents.

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Explore new technologies: Graphene content in IEEE Xplore

Graphene is a relatively new material with unique properties that holds promise for electronic applications. Since 2004, when the first graphene samples were intentionally fabricated, the worldwide research activities on graphene have literally exploded. Apart from physicists, also device engineers became interested in the new material and soon the prospects of graphene in electronics have been considered.

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