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New Tech Tuesdays: These STMicrolectronics Boards Make Noise for EVs Tommy Cummings
Let's look at three boards that, when connected, create and control audible motor sounds in quiet-running vehicles to alert pedestrians of their presence. It's like finding your electric or hybrid vehicle's voice.

A Year Later, How Does My Smart Mailbox Perform? Rafik  Mitry
The Arduino MKRFOX 1200 Smart Mailbox was constructed at the Mouser Electronics Germany branch in Munich, and we have been testing it for the past year. In the following, we review the performance of the board over the previous year.

Ask an Engineer for Griswold-Style Display Charles Byers
With a bit of clever design and construction, it is possible to create a very striking snowflake pattern generator as part of a holiday light display. Here are four implementation ideas for a homemade device that will surely be the coolest front yard ornament on your block.

Rise of MicroPython in Embedded Development Mike Parks
Embedded systems rely on tight integration of hardware and firmware. For decades, the C language has dominated because of its performance characteristics. Today though, MicroPython is rapidly gaining interest in educational and maker communities as an intriguing alternative for numerous reasons.

Fab Labs Are Great Resources for Prototyping Sal Amarasinghe
Fab labs offer a way for engineers to quickly begin building prototypes. They provide reliable access to equipment and workspace at a reasonable cost with the added benefit of access to a community of engineering-minded people. The key is finding one that fits your project needs.

If You Build It, Will They Come? David Talbott
The essential hardware innovation question of “If you build it, will customers buy it?” keeps every maker, innovator, and founder of a startup awake at night. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to answer that question before investing a significant amount of time and money in a new idea.

A Lesson in Innovation: Bishop Curry and Oasis David Talbott
Innovations begin with ideas and inspiration. A tragic event inspired middle-school student Bishop Curry. Believing future incidents are preventable, he made a rough sketch of a solution, raised money through crowdfunding, and built a prototype. Now he owns the patent.

Welcome to Innovation Jeffrey Hutchings
Corporations and universities continue to play a key role in developing new technologies, but innovation is becoming more open than ever before. Easy idea sharing and development tools accessible to almost anyone are changing the face of innovation.

10 Inspirational Female Engineers Sarah Harmet
We’ve chosen 10 inspirational women whose work has transformed (or is currently transforming) engineering and society. Such women span from the inventor of the windshield wiper to that of the 1942 “Secret Communication System,” which became the foundation for modern cellular communication

Master Chocolate, Army Knives, and Multi-Dev Tools Paul Golata
Imagine bringing the Swiss Army knife concept into the engineering lab and applying it to development tools. Taking inspiration from Switzerland and its most loved products, a new multifunction lab tool emerges that can replace a number of test and measurement instruments. What does this mean for engineers, hobbyists, and students? Let’s take a look.

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