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IEEE ROBOTRIX Workshop at RASET 23rd, 24th march (07/03/2007)

IEEE Student Branch of Rajgiri School of science and Technology are conducting a ROBOTRIX workshop on 23rd and 24th March. (Click for more details)


MELANGE - AKSC (05/03/2007)

The IEEE Student Branch of M.G.U.C.E is going to host the All Kerala Student's Congress (AKSC) this year. Dates are yet to be finalised. (click for more details)


IEEE Half Year membership Registrations open (03/03/2007)

The Student Branch membership for the year 2007 has crossed the 60 mark and is on the rise and the half year membership registration into IEEE is open now. (Click for more)


FOSS MEET NIT Calicut (22/02/2007)

NITC is organizing a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) meet on March 2nd (click for more)


WIE Affinity Group Petition Sent (23/01/2007)

IEEE@UCE has petitioned for a WIE Affinity Group (click for more details)


Kuriakose Rajan - IEEE Student Representative (2007) (03/01/2007)

Kuriakose Rajan of s6 Computer science department has been selected to be the Student Representative of IEEE Kerala Section for 2007 (Click for more)


IEEE Student Branch Execom Declared (27/11/2006)

The IEEE Student Branch Executive committee for the year 2007 has been announced (click for more details)


Open Sesame !!

You exit a busy store, point your key fob across the crowded parking lot, press a button and “Pop!” — your car door unlocks. How does the car know it’s you? And why don’t other cars open, too? (Read on)


Technology is going out of Hands..

Grey goo refers to a hypothetical end-of-the-world scenario involving molecular nanotechnology in which out-of-control self-replicating robots consume all living matter on Earth while building more of themselves...(Read on)


How do rewritable CDs work?
All CDs—and DVDs—work by virtue of marks on the disc that appear darker than the background. These are detected by shining a laser on them and measuring the reflected light...(Read on)

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