54.5 MPG Comes With Trade-Offs
Captain Hybrid 8/24/2012 227 comments The White House's goal of a 54.5 mile-per-gallon average fuel economy could inspire innovation, but it could also lead to safety and costs trade-offs.
NI Week: A Sit-Down With Dr. T
Blog 8/14/2012 4 comments A chat with National Instruments co-founder, president, and CEO James Truchard gives us a glimpse into the company's general business outlook, what it's like to work there, and how it feels about up-and-coming engineering talent.
If I Had Known Then What I Know Now...
Blog 8/10/2012 19 comments What advice would you give to a student just starting out in engineering, whether about academics, careers, or just practical living? What do you wish that you had known back in the beginning?
Camcorder Needs a Good Smack
Made by Monkeys 8/9/2012 36 comments The Sony representative was surprised by problems with its camcorder. Online, customers were screaming that it needed a good smack.
Littelfuse's Thane Parker Amps Up Circuit Protection
Blog 8/8/2012 6 comments Pressured by the ever-shorter cycle turnarounds for new products, engineers who once had months of multiple attempts to get a design right are finding their window for test opportunities squeezed. But that doesn’t mean they can simply cut corners.