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Notable & Newsworthy

May 2017
In advance of a CWIEME Berlin seminar, project leaders from two prestigious universities reveal their exciting experiences in developing magnetically-propelled transit pods for the SpaceX Hyperloop.
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05/31/2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Today's computers provide storage of tremendous quantities of information with extremely large data densities, but writing and retrieving this information expends a lot of energy. More than 99 percent of the consumed power of information storage and processing is wasted in the form of heat,
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05/31/2017
Smart meters and time-of-use electricity pricing have only modestly reduced residential energy demand during the most expensive peak periods, a new study suggests. Researchers at the University of Waterloo compared data for nine months before and nine months after time-of-use rates were introduced
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05/31/2017

Researchers from Concordia's Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering (BCEE) in collaboration with Bio-Terre Systems Inc. are taking the fight against global warming to colder climes. Their weapon of choice? Cold-loving bacteria. In a study published in Process Safety
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05/31/2017
Arlington, VA, May 31, 2017 -The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) today announced that Smart Cities will be a new area of focus at CES, as
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05/31/2017
How did my lovely, talented, infinitely kind and caring wife end up with a schlub like me? Luck, I guess. I like to think she made an investment in her future (and one amazing son later, I’d say the ROI was fantastic!). And that’s the quandary the smart grid/alternative energy market finds itself
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05/30/2017

eRamp

One of the most important European research projects for energy efficiency, “eRamp”, is coming to a close. Over the past three years,
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05/30/2017
Plessey CEO mentors University of Plymouth student as part of Tamar Engineering Project

Plessey CEO mentors University of Plymouth student as part of Tamar Engineering Project

Michael LeGoff, Plessey’s CEO, has played a pivotal role in a successful pilot project providing one-to-one mentoring and financial support to high-performing students from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds. Other influential mentors include
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05/25/2017
Butterfly wings inspire new solar technologies

Butterfly wings inspire new solar technologies

Engineers have invented tiny structures inspired by butterfly wings that open the door to new solar cell technologies and other applications requiring
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05/25/2017
Mouser Electronics Named High Service Distributor of the Year by KEMET

Fernando Spada, KEMET Vice President, Sales, Global Distribution and others from Mouser and Kemet

Mouser Electronics, Inc., the global authorized distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, has won the 2016 High Service Distributor of the
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05/25/2017
This is the busy time of the year for those of us in the Power Electronics Industry. APEC was a great show and PSD held their 8th annual golf tournament along with sponsors, Mouser Electronics and Coilcraft.  Congratulations goes to United Silicon Carbide who proudly was the recipient
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05/05/2017
Over the last several years mainstream distribution of U.S. electronics has ended up in the hands of “the Big Three” – two major players in the U.S. and one privately held Canadian company. Concerned that the large semiconductor companies have determined they are not getting the ROI they need from the
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05/05/2017

 



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