In the November issue of the IEEE Spectrum magazine, read about rewiring the brain to smell again, the long road to cleaner transportation, 6G's achilles' heel, and more.

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IEEE Spectrum: November Issue

Rewiring the Brain to Smell Again

A Bionic Nose to Smell the Roses Again: Covid Survivors Drive Demand for a Neuroprosthetic Nose
Richard Costanzo stands beside a mannequin head sporting spectacles decked with electronics and holds a vial of blue liquid up to a tiny sensor. This is a partial demonstration of a concept he's been working on for decades: a neuroprosthetic for smell…

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The Long Road to Cleaner Transportation

Long Road to Electrification
Electric vehicles have finally come of age. The total cost of purchasing and driving one–the cost of ownership–has fallen nearly to parity with a typical gasoline-fueled cars..

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The Peer-to-Peer Internet

To the InterPlanetary File System–and Beyond!: Peer-to-peer file sharing would make the Internet far more efficient
When the COVID-19 pandemic erupted, the world made an unprecedented shift to remote work. As a precaution, some Internet providers scaled back service levels temporarily. But in areas without the same level of investment in network infrastructure, the picture was less rosy…

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Fixing 6G's Achilles' Heel

6G's Achilles' Heel
Today, as engineers roll out 5G and plan for 6G wireless, they find themselves at a crossroads.  They're beginning to realize that they are approaching the practical limits of transmitter and receiver efficiency…

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