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    Check out our articles and videos on the expanding diversity of workers breaking new ground in the technology world.
    Industry Insights

    Women’s History Month: Exploring Women’s Impact in Engineering

    March 8, 2024
    Women’s History Month is a time to celebrate the extraordinary accomplishments of women throughout the ages and their contributions in the STEM fields.
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    Celebrating Black History Month with a Spotlight on Notable Engineers

    Feb. 27, 2024
    A look at some of the incredible accomplishments achieved by African American engineers and scientists who helped shape industries and inspired generations.
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    Running Background Checks on Today’s Celebrity Scientists

    Dec. 7, 2023
    Celebrity scientists combine science and entertainment for a unique perspective in learning fun.
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    Drone Soccer Takes Off

    July 31, 2023
    This newer E-sport is growing in popularity, and schools around the world are beginning to participate with Drone Soccer Ball Kits.
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    State of the Electronics Supply Chain

    July 24, 2023
    The electronic industry supply chain has been roiled by a variety of issues resulting from the pandemic, and although it's healing and adapting to new conditions, it remains in...

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    Innovators in Electronic Design - Women in Science & Engineering: Monia Chiavacci, SiFive

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    Innovators in Electronic Design - Women in Science & Engineering: Jennifer Aspell, BrightView Technologies

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    Innovators in Electronic Design - Women in Science & Engineering: Calista Redmond, RISC-V International

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    Building AI Models for High-Frequency Streaming Data: Part 3 - Simulation and Signal Processing

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    Industry Provides Insight on Powering the Future of Electric Vehicles

    July 11, 2022
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    For high-speed, high-frequency PCB designs, laminate evaluation and selection are critical factors in achieving a manufacturable, operable, and reliable product.
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    Building AI Models for High-Frequency Streaming Data: Part 2 - Synchronizing Sensor Data

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    This second video in the series with MathWorks' Heather Gorr delves further into synchronization of high-speed sensor data.
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    Building AI Models for High-Frequency Streaming Data: Part 1 - Planning Ahead: Data-Streaming Basics

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    Let’s Celebrate International Women’s Day Together

    March 8, 2022
    This year’s theme is #BreakTheBias and we have a content lineup to help do just that.
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    F.A.S.T.E.R. CommEngine Packs Secure Automotive Communication on a Chip

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    GuardKnox's hardware/software solutions put secure, low-latency communication on a chip that targets automotive applications.
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    Sherry Hess on Women in Microwaves

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    WISE Chats

    Oct. 22, 2021
    Machine Design's Rehana Begg talks with women in science and engineering (WISE).
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    Plugging In: How Ford’s Chief Nameplate Engineer Leads the Pickup Charge

    July 19, 2021
    Linda Zhang talks about about the milestones she’s achieving on the road to the Ford's F-150 electrification project.
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    What Does a Formula E Performance Engineer Do?

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    Electronic Design Editor Bill Wong talks with performance engineer Andrea Ackroyd from Mahindra Racing.
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    Where Are the Women Engineers?

    May 13, 2021
    Engineering has a critical responsibility to foster a more inclusive environment for women, from their education to their careers.
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    A WISE Panel Reviews the Effects of the Pandemic on the Workforce

    Jan. 21, 2021
    Women in science and engineering reflect on the way the pandemic will change the way manufacturers view their field.
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    Addressing the Gender Gap in Engineering

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    The Insider’s Guide to a Successful Career in STEM: A Woman’s Perspective

    Aug. 29, 2019
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    Interest Is Growing, But STEM Is Nothing New for Girl Scouts

    Sept. 15, 2017
    New badges and journeys are created to increase girls' interest and enthusiasm in a male-dominated field.
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    A Brief History of Brilliant Women

    Aug. 9, 2017
    Women in engineering have produced some of the greatest achievements in engineering, yet most endured harsh inequalities—some of which continue today in various forms.
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    Ada Lovelace Day Encourages Diversity in STEM

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