RSS Upcoming Virtual Events in Region 9

  • REUNIÓN INFORMATIVA CON SECCIÓN PANAMÁ 09/08/2022
    Reunión para informar al presidente de Sección Panamá sobre el evento en conjunto de la Rama Estudiantil IEEE en UDELAS y el Capítulo Técnico Estudiantil IEEE EMBS de la Universidad Latina de Panamá. Que se efectuará el 25 de Agosto del 2022
  • Reunión Informativa con Sección Panamá 09/08/2022
    Reunión para informar al presidente de Sección Panamá sobre el evento en conjunto de la Rama Estudiantil IEEE en UDELAS y el Capítulo Técnico Estudiantil IEEE EMBS de la Universidad Latina de Panamá. Que se efectuará el 25 de Agosto del 2022
  • IEEE Quarter Tech Talk Table Series 8.0 08/08/2022
    To create a broad collaborative group of Young Professionals and Impact Creators to share some insights on cutting-edge technologies to all technology enthusiasts by having a panel discussion. The primary motivation of QT3 comes from the IEEE Strategic Plan 2020-2025 which inspires us to conduct this event with no boundaries. This provides opportunities to volunteers […]
  • 1era Reunión del Joint Chapter GRSS-CHILE 08/08/2022
    Estimados amigos y miembros de GRSS Chile,       junto con saludar muy cordialmente a cada uno de ustedes, y esperando que estén muy bien,  quisiera informarles que el día viernes 19 de Agosto de 2022  se realizará la primera reunión del Joint Chapter GRSS-CHILE. La cual se desarrollará  en forma presencial en el auditorio […]
  • Reunión SIGHT Chile Centro Section 08/08/2022
    Reunión de coordinación y lluvia de ideas para las actividades para el verano 2022-2023 ademas de presentación formal entre los miembros

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  • Ultrasound Stickers Look Inside the Body
    A wearable ultrasound sticker roughly the size of a postage stamp could help enable continuous medical imaging of internal organs for patients on the move, a new study finds.Ultrasound imaging is one of the most common medical tools for scanning inside the body in a safe, noninvasive manner. Currently, to image with ultrasound, first a […]
  • Why Studying Bats Might Yield Insights into Human Life Extension
    Few fields of endeavor have advanced as swiftly as bioinformatics over the past couple of decades. Just 25 years ago, the human genome was still largely a mystery. Then, in 2003, the first sequence was announced, of about 92 percent of a human genome. That sequence cost some US $300 million dollars. Over the years, […]
  • Robot Outperforms a Surgeon in a Precision Training Task
    This article is part of our exclusive IEEE Journal Watch series in partnership with IEEE Xplore. Who is better at performing surgery: an experienced surgeon or a robot? Typically, surgeons have to make incisions that are relatively big during surgery, whereas the small instruments of a robot can fit through smaller incisions. Given this advantage […]
  • Restoring Hearing With Beams of Light
    There’s a popular misconception that cochlear implants restore natural hearing. In fact, these marvels of engineering give people a new kind of “electric hearing” that they must learn how to use. Natural hearing results from vibrations hitting tiny structures called hair cells within the cochlea in the inner ear. A cochlear implant bypasses the damaged […]
  • A Breath Test for Monitoring Glucose Levels
    This article is part of our exclusive IEEE Journal Watch series in partnership with IEEE Xplore. Diabetes is a very common condition affecting roughly 10 percent of the U.S. population—and, according to the World Health Organization, there are 422 million people living with diabetes around the world. To manage the disease, people must test their […]

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