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The library did some upgrades over the Thanksgiving break. Check out the all new dual-boot Mac computers and additional study tables that were installed.
Monday November 21st through Wednesday November 23rd
Thursday, Friday, & Saturday November 24th, 25th, & 26th
Sunday November 27th
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The Engineering Library has added an i-Pad 2 to the Gadget Bar. Come in and try out some new apps.
Come to the Forbes Cafe at 11AM for the official event with Wormhole ice cream.
John D. Kubiatowicz, professor of computer science at the University of California, Berkeley told the New York Times he has proved that E-readers become heavier with each loaded book.
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Workshops are held from noon to 1pm ; bring your lunch and your laptop
Fall Quarter Dates: Tue, Oct 25; Fri, Oct 28
Location: Huang 219
Try out this new Journal for free and send your feedback to the library.
Engineering Project Organization Journal is the Official Journal of the Engineering Project Organization Society (EPOS).
It publishes interdisciplinary scholarly articles in the field of organization studies as applied to the complex and dynamic engineering project domain.
Join the IEEE SFBA Nanotechnology Council at its October noon time seminar:
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Subject: “Is Nanotechnology the next wave in the Medical Device Industry?”
Speaker: Dr. Sudhi Gautam, of Patni Americas Inc.
Time: Registration & light lunch 11:30am.
Presentation & Q/A 12:00 to 1pm
Cost: IEEE Members and Students $5. Non-Members $10
Place: National Semiconductor Bldg E-1 CMA Room. 2900 Semiconductor Drive, Santa Clara, CA
Scientists at the world's largest physics lab said Thursday they have clocked neutrinos traveling faster than light. That's something that according to Einstein's 1905 special theory of relativity — the famous
E=mc2 equation — just doesn't happen.