2020-05-28 - Lou Covey

Security challenges in medical research, intensify need to redefine zero trust

Massive reports on attempts to steal and even damage the research on COVID-19 Coronavirus since 2019, have raised concerns about…

2020-05-26 - Kendall Castor-Perry

Five things to know about prediction and negative-delay filters

How the heck can you build a filter that ‘predicts’ something? Well, it all depends on how high you set…

2020-05-21 - Andrew Baker

Ramping up medical device development against COVID-19

Companies designing and developing medical equipment are ramping up production of their products, especially in the face of this pandemic.…

2020-05-18 - Kumi Thiruchelvam

Cloud to chip approach is key to driving adoption of IoT security

Think cloud and not only device, and security will then become more an integral part of the IoT industry...

2020-05-15 - Colin Halladay

How to ace your regulatory compliance test

In order to guide organizations to starting an effective compliance test program, there are a few crucial mechanisms that need…

2020-05-13 - Bill Schweber

Terahertz waves and acoustic modulation: A datalink “Odd Couple”?

Researchers have mixed two radically different forms of energy waves, using laser-generated acoustic pulses to modulate terahertz waves generated by…

- Rajan Bedi

On-board mass memory requirements for the new space age

NAND flash technology offers a potential non-volatile solution to enable future on-board mass memory needs for Earth-observation

2020-05-08 - Tim Dhuyvetter

Improving haptic feedback with piezoelectric transducers

Introduction to piezoelectric haptics provides the pros and cons of each and details piezoelectric transducer principles, theory, and modelling along…

2020-05-07 - John Ryan

The rise of the remote contractor

Over the past two years, there has been a significant shift from ‘on-site contracting’ to ‘remote contracting’. Even before COVID-19,…

2020-05-06 - Bill Schweber

Is Optical Computing in Our Future?

Forget digital electronics: the long-discussed dream of optical computing may have taken another small step forward with the recent development…