We look at science as something very elite, which only a few people can learn. That’s just not true. You just have to start early and give kids a foundation. Kids live up, or down, to expectations.” – Mae Jemison
Welcome to a new episode of our special edition podcast series called “Makers Today!”, where we highlight the movers and shakers … Read More → "Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! Lorraine Underwood"
In today’s Fish Fry podcast, we have a virtual sundae of electronic engineering goodness. We’ve got a scoop of autonomous driving, a scoop of IIoT, a little Infineon secret sauce, and a whole lot of sprinkles… because what good is a sundae without sprinkles, right? First up, Phil Hutchinson (element14) joins me to discuss element14’s “Low Power IoT Design Challenge with Infineon Technology”. We take a … Read More → "Better than a Human Driver: Trusted Electronics and Functional Safety"
In honor of Women in Engineering Day, we are proud to launch a brand new special edition series of our long-running Fish Fry podcast called “Makers Today!” In this episode, maker, teacher, content creator for element14’s Learning Circuit, and Power Racing record holder Karen Corbeill joins us to discuss her role in the creation of an < … Read More → "Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! Karen Corbeill"
It’s a funny old life when you come to think about it. You never know when something is going to spring up to surprise and delight you or to bite you on the a…sk no questions. As a “surprise and delight” example, I recently received a request to give the keynote presentation at the FPGA Forum in Read More → "Modus Toolbox ML, TinyML, and the AIoT"
I’m currently so excited I can hardly speak (I can barely even manage a squeak) because today saw the launch of the Spintronics Kickstarter — an event for which I’ve been waiting in dread anticipation for weeks. As we will discuss, Spintronics is a new game suitable for ages 8 to 80+ in which players build mechanical equivalents of electrical and electronic circuits to solve puzzles.</ … Read More → "Spectacular Spintronics (Mechanical Electronics)"
The funny thing about knowing something yourself is that you tend to assume everyone else knows it also. This is especially true on a site like EEJournal that attracts electronic engineers and embedded systems developers from all walks of life. But the funny thing is — when you actually get to sit down and chat with people — you begin to realize how little they typically know outside … Read More → "Want to Learn Programming and Microcontrollers?"