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Volunteer News

Proposed IEEE Code of Ethics Revisions 

Member comments are requested on these proposed revisions through 10 April 2020 By Kristen Russell The Code of Ethics expresses each IEEE member’s commitment to the highest standards of professional integrity and ethical conduct. The IEEE Board of Directors at its 24 November meeting approved…

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IEEE Expands Open Access Journal Offerings 

Announces 14 new journals covering various technologies including biomedical engineering, computing, telecommunications, and more IEEE is providing more high-quality publishing options for authors and researchers. It is launching 14 gold fully open access journals. The 14 new gold open access publications will cover topics such as automotive technology,…

Entrepreneurship

IEEE Survey Finds That Female Technologists Face Unequal Treatment and Sexist Workplaces 

More than 4,500 respondents reported their experiences, and many offered suggestions Female IEEE members say they face significant discrimination in the workplace, including demeaning comments, inappropriate job-interview questions, and exclusion from networking events and important business meetings. Those were among the most common negative experiences…

Quantum Computing
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Q&A: Quantum Computing’s Researcher Shortage 

Expert William Hurley says the problem could be solved by opening up the field to software developers The race is on to build quantum computers and associated technologies. But U.S. businesses and universities are growing concerned there aren’t enoughqualified engineers and researchers to meet demand, according to…

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How Blockchain Technology Could Combat the Global Counterfeit Drug Market Wins Apex Award 

The award recognizes writing excellence in health and medical writing category Pain-reduction pills, cancer-fighting drugs, and epilepsy medication were among the 25 million counterfeit medicines worth US $51 million seized in the worldwide Operation Pangea X conducted in September by Interpol, the international police agency said. More than 3,580 websites selling…

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Meet Volunteers Aboard the IEEE MOVE Truck 

They provide the vehicle’s mobile services of emergency power, Internet access, and cellphone chargers to natural disaster victims and aid workers Since the MOVE Community Outreach project launched in 2016, IEEE volunteers have spent weeks at a time helping out during nine natural disasters in the United…