In the May issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the 177 giant tanks of radioactive sludge at the Hanford nuclear site, how engineers and scientists are taking on COVID-19, the man who saved Moore’s law, and more.
Over a Barrel
|“It’s a place of superlatives. Reporters have called it the most polluted place in the Western Hemisphere. It’s also the location of one of the largest construction projects in the world. At the Hanford Site in south-central…”|
Dispatches From The Front
|“A respiratory virus named SARS-CoV-2 spread from a market in Wuhan, China, to more than 200 countries in just four months. As of press time, it had infected 1.9 million people, causing a disease known as COVID-19…”|
The Man Who Saved Moore’s Law
|“It was 1995. Advances in chip technology continued apace with Moore’s Law, the observation that the number of transistors on a chip doubles roughly every two years, generally because of the shrinking size of those transistors…“|
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