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In the June issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read how Inovio's Kate Broderick is helping to reinvent the vaccine, foiling counterfeiters with nanotech, Kenya's low-key farming boom, and more.

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In the May issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about artificial emotional intelligence, putting a radio on Venus, the power struggle in wireless, the 2021 IEEE Medal of Honor, and more.

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In the April issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about the ultimate incubator, the toughest transistor ever, the top 10 tech cars, and more.

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In the March issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about finding another earth, when chaos is a good thing, radio's next revolution, instacart, powering cargo ships with ammonia, and more.

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In the February issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about how AI and neural implants are delivering an artificial nervous system, going from go to protein folding, air safety and GPS jamming, the cosmos, why AI might be biased, and more.

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In IEEE Spectrum's 'Top Tech 2021: The Year Ahead,' learn about deep learning at the speed of light, how to vaccinate the world, Apple's AR glasses, robot trucks, engineering milestones for 2021, and more.

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In the January issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the top tech of 2021, how to vaccinate the world, supersonic travel, robot trucks, and more.

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Several IEEE Journals have announced their most popular articles published over the past year as determined by usage statistics reports from the IEEE Xplore digital library. For your convenience, we have provided links below to the most popular 2020 articles from several of IEEE’s most highly cited publications.

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In the December issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the new arms race hypersonics, the circuit board is you, General Motors' great gambit, the 21st century grid, the human body as a data network, and more.

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In the November issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the incredible bendable smartphone, gallium nitride getting ready for 6G, vacuum tubes of the cold war, greenhouse-gas sensing satellites, how low latency can go, and more.

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