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Your Engineering Inspiration for Tuesday 27 October 2020

If you've recently graduated and are trying to get a job in your field, or are thinking about how you can snag an internship next summer, ENGins can help. Whether you're just beginning to figure out out what it is you're really interested in, are keen to show off your experience, or would like to learn more about a particular technical field as preparation for an interview, you'll find the tools to get you there.

For more information on how to use ENGins to bring you closer to your ideal job, have a look at our blog post: Top 5 ways students can get jobs and internships through ENGins.

Very best,

Rose Grey
Managing Editor

Last weeks's top headlines:

3D Printed Aerogels Proven for Small-Scale Use in Microelectronics
21st October 2020 - Listed in: Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Aerogel materials are known to scientists for being effective thermal insulators that could be useful in electronics, but so far have been limited to large-scale applications, such as those in environmental technology or industrial catalysis. Now researchers in Switzerland have...
How drones are changing construction
26th October 2020 - Listed in: Big Data Analytics; and Robotics
In the last few years, improvements in drone and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) technology has changed how we use them — they are no longer viewed as just high-tech toys. The use of drones has particularly increased in the construction...
New magnetic material can record even more data
26th October 2020 - Listed in: Big Data Analytics
Although out of sight to the majority of end users, data centers are critical for running the internet and for the operations of many businesses, research institutions and more. These data centers depend on high-capacity digital storage, the demand for...
Intel Creating Cryptographic Codes That Quantum Computers Can’t Crack
26th October 2020 - Listed in: Information Security
The world will need a new generation of cryptographic algorithms once quantum computing becomes powerful enough to crack the codes that protect everyone’s digital privacy. An Intel team has created an improved version of such a quantum-resistant cryptographic algorithm that...
Watch a tiny robot back flip through a real colon
23rd October 2020 - Listed in: Robotics
A rectangular robot as tiny as a few human hairs can travel throughout a colon to deliver drugs by doing back flips, researchers report. Why the back flips? Because the goal is to use these robots to transport drugs in...
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