Author Archives: Cesca Fleischer

Ross Freeman lived a rich, fascinating life. He was a Peace Corps volunteer, teacher, company co-founder, and visionary inventor. Although he died far too young, his legacy lives on in many ways today.

From video games to software, the CD-ROM housed all of our favorite programs. Take a look back at how this revolutionary technology came to be—and eventually phased out.

Learn about all the new features in EAGLE 9.3 release; collaboration integration, non-modal sim, filter selection, and more!

When those around him doubted his initiative and his designs, Tommy Flowers funded his own project, turned the tides of war, and made a lasting impression on the computing world.

When it comes to data processing, fast data is essential in sifting through the information that big data houses in swaths. In tandem, they’ll lead to great things in the field of artificial intelligence.

Caroline Haslett took some of the first monumental steps toward diversity in STEM. We still have a long way to go, but thanks to her, we’re well on our way.

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 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?

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.

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?