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    • Feb 26, 2015

    World’s fastest 2-D camera uses TI DLP® technology

    To follow is a story which originally appeared on Think.Innovate , showcasing how research using TI DLP® Technology at the Washington University in St. Louis developed into the World's fastest 2-D camera. Happy reading! T...
    • Feb 20, 2015

    TI invests in its roots with future innovators

    It’s in our name. It’s part of our DNA. When it comes to Texas, we support our roots. Back in the day, TI founders knew the next big breakthroughs would come from hands-on engineering. In the 60s, this moved them to establish the Graduat...
    • Feb 17, 2015

    LaunchPad brings new era of control to FRC robots

    This year’s FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Dallas regional kick off was a mixture of excitement and determination as students received their kit of parts – which included the componen...
    • Feb 13, 2015

    For better or for verse

    A class on poetry just in time for Valentine's Day There is not a single engineering student who has not tried to compose a few lines of poetry at some stage in his or her life. Come on, admit it, you have tried it too. If yo...
    • Feb 6, 2015

    TI India inspires students to pursue analog

    Exciting and inspiring students about engineering is something we are passionate about. At a recent TI Analog Day event on the IIT Delhi Campus in India, we let students in on the secret of how exciting the analog world is and about the many opportu...
    • Jan 29, 2015

    Are you up-to-date with the latest engineering trends?

    It’s a new year and time to take stock of the latest trends in engineering education. With the Maker movement continuing to gain momentum, the pressure is on for educators to rethink their engineering curriculum and to look for progressive ways...
    • Jan 23, 2015

    Robotics sparks lasting STEM interest

    During the weekday, the massive TI cafeteria on our main campus in Dallas is filled with engineers refueling in between long sessions of creating algorithms, testing chips and innovating new products. A consistent din of light conversation typically ...
    • Jan 8, 2015

    Get organized this New Year

    How many of us make New Year’s resolutions that we don’t keep? (Everybody can raise their hand. Be honest). How about this year you focus on one resolution, just one, that will make your life easier, simpler and less frustrating. That&rsq...
    • Dec 23, 2014

    Humble PiE: students give up time to empower youth

    We are, in a word, humbled at the selfless giving of time and energy by mentors who volunteer with Pioneers in Engineering (PiE) , a student-run outreach program at the University of California, Berkeley. PiE provides science, technology, engineering ...
    • Dec 18, 2014

    MIT undergrads share groundbreaking research

    In MIT’s SuperUROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program) EECS students participate in a year-long research project. An inaugural supporter of SuperUROP, the TI University Program provides students with leading edge technology to build their prototypes and partners with TI Recruiting to provide information about future career opportunities....