No need to search for what the most helpful websites are anymore. We compiled a list of 10+ best resources for electrical engineers and students to refer to in a case of a problem or simply for news and articles.1. Electrical Engineering PortalLots of different articles on electrical engineering, guides to using electrical software, explanations of various theorems and laws, and even research papers – a great public resource for both students and those already graduated.
July 17, 2016 Image Source: HomeAway A group of engineers from Texas decided to build a small sustainable retreat in the Hill Country.Fred Zipp and a few other friends were on the hunt for a quite retreat from their busy hometown in Austin when a magnificent idea dawned on the. Collectively, the team decided not to purchase something already constructed.
July 05, 2016The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) is a mega-project designed to search the cosmos for clues about our creation and whether there are any other civilizations out there.The project began development back in March of 2011. Five and a half years later, it is finally functional.
Solar panels on a roof in London& 39;s Islington district Image Source: David Holt, Flickr Last month, Greenpeace released a report showing how far behind London, the supposedly progressive capital of the UK, is with regard to solar PV installation. The report found that the city could potentially deliver a tenfold increase in solar power over the next ten years, ending its record as the worst performing city in the UK for solar power installation.
August 12, 2016Antartica is one of the most ice-covered locations in the world, but it is also one of the world& 39;s largest land masses. Previous estimates by researchers placed the level of uncovered land in Antartica at about 1 . However, a new survey in part by NASA shows that this estimate was rather generous and the continent is covered in a lot more ice than previously thought.
May 03, 2016 Image Source: Jose Moutinho and Wikimedia You read that right, a ten-year-old kid in Finland has just hacked into Instagram and found a glitch that would have allowed him to delete and edit any comment on the site. Being the good kid that he is, he alerted Instagram, and they paid him a whopping US$10,000 for finding the error and helping them get it fixed!