In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about how a pathologist could save your life, the internet of disposable things, cognitive cameras and more!
The biggest rivalry in space heats up
|“The commercial space business has blossomed over the past decade. Two companies, though, have grabbed the spotlight, emerging as the most ambitious of them all: Blue Origin and SpaceX…”|
The U.S. gets serious about wind
|“Sometime in 2019, construction on Vineyard Wind, the first major offshore wind farm in the United States, will begin. Workers will start prepping a pair of undersea substations to be installed about 55 kilometers south of the Massachusetts mainland...”|
How Ethereum will clean up its act
|“Bitcoin soaks up most of the hype and the opprobrium heaped on cryptocurrencies, leaving its younger and smaller sibling Ethereum in the shadows. But Ethereum is anything but small…”|
It’s showtime for perovskite cells
|“At a factory on the outskirts of Brandenburg en der Havel, Germany, bunny-suited technicians are manufacturing the future. The shiny, thin squares they’re assembling into flat modules promise to outperform the best solar panels on the market…”|
|“October 2017, Western Digital pledged to begin shipping drives based on what is known as microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR) in 2019, and Seagate said it would have drives that incorporate heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR) on the market by 2020…”|
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