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Are you an IEEE member, IEEE student member, IEEE graduate student member or IEEE young professional member who wants to spark pre-university students' interest in technology? Mentor a student in the 2015 IEEE Spark Innovation through Animation Competition! The 2015 IEEE Spark Animation Competition is your chance to inspire pre-university students in engineering, computing or technology through the art of animation. This year's theme is “Smart!” such as “Smart Homes,” “Smart Cars,” or other Smart technologies. The submission deadline has now been extended to 1 November 2015.
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Are you an IEEE member, IEEE student member, IEEE graduate student member or IEEE young professional member who wants to spark pre-university students' interest in technology? There's still time to mentor a student in the 2015 IEEE Spark Innovation through Animation Competition!

The 2015 IEEE Spark Animation Competition is unique opportunity to inspire pre-university students in engineering, computing or technology through the art of animation. This year's theme is “Smart!” such as “Smart Homes,” “Smart Cars,” or other Smart technologies.

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Since 1990, IEEE 802.11 working group participants have developed standards that help enable applications that allow us to communicate with one another in real time from anywhere in the world.

IEEE 802.11 standards underpin wireless networking applications, such as wireless access to the Internet from offices, homes, airports, hotels, restaurants, trains and aircraft.

Today’s computers, smart phones, and tablets are often equipped with an IEEE 802.11 radio, more commonly known as “Wi-Fi®.”

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Jump on board the latest issue of IEEE Spark to explore the exciting world of smart vehicles. Learn how smart vehicles are revolutionizing transportation, meet a professional who is driving the future of smart cars, design an efficient vehicle, and learn how you can enter competitions to design the smart vehicles of tomorrow.

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In 2014, Alex Tacescu set out to build an assistive device to improve his grandfather's mobility. The result was a standing wheelchair prototype, named Project Maverick, which earned him the $10,000 IEEE Presidents' Scholarship at the 2015 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

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The IEEE Educational Activities Board is delighted to announce the 2015 IEEE Spark Innovation through Animation Competition to excite pre-university students about engineering, computing, and technology! Competition participants are invited to create and record an original animation based on the theme “Smart!” such as “Smart Homes,” “Smart Cars,” or other Smart technologies.

Learn more at http://spark.ieee.org/animation-competition

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DO YOU KNOW A BUDDING ENGINEERING INNOVATOR?

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Although you may not realize it, technical standards have a big impact on our everyday lives. Standards influence virtually everything, including computers, phones, communication systems, power and energy, tools, transportation, medical devices, safety, and even toys. A technical standard is a norm or requirement that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, process and practices. A standard is usually a formal document that spells out a specific set of requirements for an item, material, component or system.

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Discover the possibilities of 3D printing in the latest issue of IEEE Spark! Learn how 3D printing is changing healthcare, meet a doctor who is using 3D printing to save lives, 3D-print a map, and see how libraries are connecting students to 3D printing technology.
 

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To expand the IEEE Global History Network, the IEEE History Center launched the Engineering and Technology History Wiki (ETHW). With funding from a grant from the United Engineering Foundation, the IEEE History Center partnered with 6 other engineering societies – the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Institute of Mining Engineers, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Society of Petroleum Engineers, and the Society of Women Engineers to create this awesome collection of History online.

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