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Free Masters degrees for aspiring female engineers

UCL is offering to waive fees on a range of engineering Masters degrees in a bid to encourage more women into the sector.

The initiative forms part of the university's wider £500,000 programme to support under-represented groups, such as carers, those with children, those with no history of private education, and, in the case of engineering, women, to progress on to postgraduate study. The full time Masters bursaries cover tuition fees, maintenance costs, ...
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Wise eyes in the sky 08/04/2014

Most people's first encounter with an autogyro, or gyrocopter, was in the film 'You only Live Twice'. James Bond (played by Sean Connery) was ...  Read More

Connectors cut size, weight 08/04/2014

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Digital design: Transistors 08/04/2014

At this year's International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), STMicroelectronics and research institute CEA-Leti described a DSP with an ...  Read More

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Half and full-bridge drivers 17/04/2014

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High voltage power module 14/04/2014

Intersil has announced the ISL8216M – an 80V, 4A non-isolated DC/DC step down power module.  Read More

EEPROM device for DDR4 14/04/2014

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€55m power electronics project 02/04/2014

Described as one of the most important European energy efficiency research projects has been launched in Dresden. The three year eRamp project, ...  Read More

Converters cut space by 50% 19/03/2014

The MTU2 series of surface mounted 2W DC/DC converters is claimed to be 50% smaller than the competition.  Read More

Intersil targets power lead 18/03/2014

Intersil has announced plans to use its technology portfolio and track record of innovation to develop power management solutions for ...  Read More

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Four IDEs for Kinetis support 11/04/2014

Freescale has named four tools as featured integrated development environments (IDEs) for its Kinetis range of ARM based microcontrollers. The ...  Read More

GrammaTech unveils CodeSonar 4 09/04/2014

The latest version of GrammaTech's flagship software tool for C/C++, Java and machine code is designed to meet the growing challenges of ...  Read More

Freescale adds new K series 08/04/2014

Looking to offer increased performance and better power efficiency, Freescale has announced the second generation of its Kinetis K MCU range, in ...  Read More

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Sarah Macken, ESCO Council 08/04/2014

ESCO's new chief executive tells Graham Pitcher that the electronic systems sector's ...

John Richards, Oxford Digital 11/03/2014

As the 2014 British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) programme launches, Tim Fryer ...

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Future World Symposium 2014

29th - 30th April 2014, Twickenham Stadium, London

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The Heartbleed glitch 16/04/2014

Last week we were awakened to the news of a new software 'glitch' called Heartbleed, described as ...

IoT: Making a difference 14/04/2014

News stories about the Internet of Things (IoT) tend to focus on fun consumer gadgets like an ...

Drones and tones 10/04/2014

As promised in my blog earlier in the week, a quick report back from the array of exhibitions that ...

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