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Leo Beranek, Acoustics Designer and Internet Pioneer, Dies at 102

Leo Beranek, Acoustics Designer and Internet Pioneer, Dies at 102

Leo L. Beranek in Symphony Hall in Boston in 2003. An expert in acoustics, he improved the sound in several concert venues.

Open Blog: We Went to the Grace Hopper Celebration. Here’s What We’re Bringing Back

The Grace Hopper Celebration bills itself as the world’s largest gathering of women in computing. It is rare to see so many women technologists all at once, and our first experience attending made us
San Francisco Files Lawsuit Against Sinking Millennium Tower

San Francisco Files Lawsuit Against Sinking Millennium Tower

The City of San Francisco says the developer of the Millennium Tower failed to inform condominium buyers how fast the building was sinking.
Memo From Indonesia: Indonesia’s Dire Need for Engineers Is Going Unmet

Memo From Indonesia: Indonesia’s Dire Need for Engineers Is Going Unmet

Friday prayers at Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, outside Jakarta. Around 20 percent of the country’s six million university and postgraduate students are majoring in Islamic studies.
Memo From Indonesia: Indonesia’s Dire Need for Engineers Is Going Unmet

Memo From Indonesia: Indonesia’s Dire Need for Engineers Is Going Unmet

Friday prayers at Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, outside Jakarta. Around 20 percent of the country’s six million university and postgraduate students are majoring in Islamic studies.
Growing a Different Apple

Growing a Different Apple

Pearl employees. More than 50 of the company’s 80 or so employees worked for Apple at some point.
Growing a Different Apple

Growing a Different Apple

Pearl employees. More than 50 of the company’s 80 or so employees worked for Apple at some point.
Wanted: Factory Workers, Degree Required

Wanted: Factory Workers, Degree Required

Siemens Energy struggled to find qualified workers when it opened a gas turbine production plant in Charlotte, N.C.
Harold Rosen, Who Ushered in the Era of Communication Satellites, Dies at 90

Harold Rosen, Who Ushered in the Era of Communication Satellites, Dies at 90

Harold A. Rosen, right, with the engineer Thomas Hudspeth and the satellite prototype Syncom at the Eiffel Tower in 1961. Mr. Rosen was a driving force in the invention of modern communication
Harold Rosen, Who Ushered in the Era of Communication Satellites, Dies at 90

Harold Rosen, Who Ushered in the Era of Communication Satellites, Dies at 90

Harold A. Rosen, right, with the engineer Thomas Hudspeth and the satellite prototype Syncom at the Eiffel Tower in 1961. Mr. Rosen was a driving force in the invention of modern communication
Texas Oil Fields Rebound From Price Lull, but Jobs Are Left Behind

Texas Oil Fields Rebound From Price Lull, but Jobs Are Left Behind

The oil-producing landscape of Midland, Tex., is rife with pumps and rigs.
Texas Oil Fields Rebound From Price Lull, but Jobs Are Left Behind

Texas Oil Fields Rebound From Price Lull, but Jobs Are Left Behind

The oil-producing landscape of Midland, Tex., is rife with pumps and rigs.
Texas Oil Fields Rebound From Price Lull, but Jobs Are Left Behind

Texas Oil Fields Rebound From Price Lull, but Jobs Are Left Behind

The oil-producing landscape of Midland, Tex., is rife with pumps and rigs.
Preoccupations: Her Scientific Discovery: Support

Preoccupations: Her Scientific Discovery: Support

A shot from “Hidden Figures,” a movie about three unsung women and their contribution to science.

Funeral in India for Kansas Shooting Victim

Relatives and friends said goodbye to Srinivas Kuchibhotla, the engineer who was killed last week in a shooting that is being investigated as a possible hate crime.
Dyson Is the Apple of Appliances (and Just as Secretive)

Dyson Is the Apple of Appliances (and Just as Secretive)

An image of Dyson’s hair dryer outside of Dyson’s headquarters, and a detail of the product from the hair science research lab.