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What’s New in Autodesk EAGLE 9.2

Our newest features are here. Quickroute fanout, digital sim, paint roller and so many more! Get our update so you can save time on your designs!

EAGLE Libraries UI/UX Improvements

Be sure to stay up-to-date with your EAGLE version in order to take advantage of all the improvements we make! Check out our Desktop Library updates.

Future Tech: Will New Hot Solar Cell Technology Shatter the Shockley-Queisser Limit?

Will a new hot solar cell technology from MIT shatter the Shockley-Queisser limit? Read on to find out.

The History of Digital Schematic Design

Good PCB design is like good barbecue. You need to choose your software like you choose your grill, and you always want the best.

The History of Wind Energy

The first windmill cropped up in Roman Egypt, and ever since, it’s been a hot topic. Are wind farms worth the investment, or are they eyesores in natural landscapes?

Cool Calculation: The First Electronic Calculator

Few pieces of technology have been as revolutionary as the electronic calculator. Follow Texas Instruments’ innovative approach to designing what is now a staple on every smart device.

STEM in College and Beyond

One of the biggest hurdles for STEM education in the United States is its lack of diversity. Are we doing enough to inspire future engineers from all backgrounds?

Bio-Inspired Robotics

Robots aren’t just a series of metal boxes and buttons. See how everything from the skin on your arm to the legs on your basement’s spider is inspiring robotic design.

5 Software Failures That Will Make You Feel Better About Your Fender-Bender

Sometimes the biggest, most well-intentioned initiatives can go up in flames. These 5 software failures will keep you from repeating a similarly disastrous mistake.

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