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Learn about the upcoming events and dates in January 2020 when IEEE will be exhibiting.

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Please join IEEE for a free live webinar on January 28, 2020 at 11 a.m. EST where we'll provide an overview of IEEE DataPort, discuss its features and benefits, and how to get the most out of this research data platform.

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about the the top trends in technology for 2020. Top trends to look for in the coming year are autonomous fighter jets, drone delivery, robot farm hands, and more.

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IEEE eLearning Library course series packages provide comprehensive sets of educational modules on trending topics, as well as collections supporting specific development needs. Get access to the courses needed to stay current or refresh your knowledge in key topics areas, gain new insight into emerging technologies, and develop skills needed to develop professionally and stay competitive in today’s marketplace.

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about the Boston Dynamics' dazzling humanoid, self-driving in an augmented reality, and how SnotBots are helping in whale preservation, and more.

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about hydrogen-powered farms, rethinking the rocket motor, microgrids for Puerto Rico, and more.

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Speech is the most important form of communication in our daily lives. At times, our voices can even save us, whether we’re lost in a dense forest or trapped in the wake of a natural disaster. Now, researchers from California State University, Fresno have developed a way to detect voices ...

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As we celebrate the milestone of eclipsing 5 million total documents hosted on IEEE Xplore, we take a moment to thank our authors, members, volunteers and subscribers for making this moment possible and reflect on how IEEE Xplore has evolved to support the needs of users all over the world.

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Recently, IEEE hosted a series of highly successful live authorship workshops in Bangalore, Delhi, and Noida, India which were attended by hundreds of engineering students eager to learn more about the publishing process.

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IEEE recently launched TechRxiv (pronounced “tech archive”), a beta version of a new preprint server which is a free, publicly accessible archive, and repository for unpublished research or preprints in electrical engineering, computer science, and related technology.

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