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Made possible by the members of IEEE, IEEE.tv is an award-winning, Internet-based television network which produces and delivers special-interest programming about technology and engineering. On IEEE.tv you will find a library of more than 300 programs on such topics as wind power, biomedical engineering, and recycling computer and electronic products. New programs recorded in high definition are added monthly.

Engineering For Social Good Engineering For Social Good
Students and young professionals are drawn to the field of engineering by the opportunity to make a difference in solving the world's problems. "Engineering For Social Good" has taken on new meaning as engineers work to find solutions to problems ranging from alternative energy to home lighting for territories without electricity. IEEE.tv talked to students at Microsoft's Imagine Cup finals, a contest encouraging student innovation, where IEEE members are judges. These students are innovating to create socially conscious products that can have a real impact. IEEE.tv also talked to Toby Cumberbatch, Electrical Engineering Dept, Cooper Union, New York to understand how to take a socially engineered product from concept to the real world. Cumberbatch and his students designed SociaLite, a real world solution that brings safe, inexpensive lighting to people living without electricity.

GEOSS for BIODIVERSITY GEOSS for BIODIVERSITY
The Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) connects scientists around the globe with information. The GEOSS "Common Infrastructure" comprises tools to access global data and help achieve societal benefits. The core elements include new functionalities that make it easier to find, share and use data effectively across multiple disciplines and communities. These methods include ways to find and access data, services, and models through the web. "GEOSS for Biodiversity" details how the system collects data from sensors around the planet to monitor climatic zones in order to identify and protect endangered flora and fauna.
Surgeons Got Game Surgeons Got Game
Modern surgery requires unique skills. Could video games help to make surgeons better at their jobs?
Career Programming on IEEE.tv
What's Out There: Careers for Electrical Engineers and Computer Scientists What's Out There: Careers for Electrical Engineers and Computer Scientists
This program provides a bird-eye view of career possibilities in electrical and computer engineering. Engineers working for large and small employers discuss the nature of their work.
Carl Selinger: Stuff you Don't Learn in Engineering School Carl Selinger: Stuff you Don't Learn in Engineering School
In this interview, Carl Selinger discusses his book "Stuff you Don't Learn in Engineering School." This practical book offers young engineers advice on speaking in front of a group, running a meeting effectively, making decisions, setting priorities, working with all sorts of people, learning to negotiate, developing leadership skills, and dealing with stress in the workplace.
IEEE.tv Mobile App IEEE.tv App Now Available
IEEE.tv has released a mobile app for Android and Apple iOS devices to allow IEEE.tv viewers to watch content on the go. The app is available for free for all devices and includes some great features. Included is the availability to search for content in the vast video library, member login access, and easy sharing of programs. This app is available by visiting the Android™ Market or the iTunes App Store.
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