In the August issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the brain of a tiny hunter, how the chip shortage will end, the pandemic's winners and losers, an antenna for the far reaches, and more.

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The Brain of A Tiny Hunter

In each of our brains, 86 billion neurons work in parallel, processing inputs from senses and memories to produce the many feats of human cognition. The brains of other creatures are less

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Here's How the Chip Shortage Will End

Historians will probably spend decades picking apart the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the shortage of chips that it's caused will be long over by then. A variety of analysts...

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The Pandemic's Winners And Losers

Life is a hard school: First it gives us the test and only then the lesson. Indeed, throughout history humanity has learned much from disasters, wars, financial ruin- and pandemics

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An Antenna for the Far Reaches

Europa, one of Jupiter's Galilean moons, has twice as much liquid water as Earth's oceans, if not more. An ocean estimated to be anywhere from 40 to 100 miles (60 to 150 kilometers)

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