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Advice for Inventing in STEM: From an Engineer With 300+ Worldwide Patents and Applications

By Fairygodboss
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Ever since she was a child growing up in Nigeria, Dr. Lola Awoniyi-Oteri has had a love for technology. “I always wanted to be an inventor,” says Awoniyi-Oteri, who notes that she was inspired by her father, an electrical engineer, and a book she read growing up called Men of Purpose by Peter Masters, which discussed influential scientists and inventors like Michael Faraday and Lord Kelvin.

Qualcomm Technologies Are Enabling a More Reliable, Resilient, Sustainable, and Affordable Grid [Video]

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The utility industry is in the midst of a transition that is driven by decarbonization, decentralization, digitalization, and the need to harden grid infrastructure to make it more resilient to natural disasters.

Inventor Diversity Advocacy Group Launches 'Patent Academy' in Latest Effort to Reach Underrepresented Inventors

by STEVE BRACHMANN
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Earlier this month, IP diversity advocacy group Invent Together announced that it had launched an online learning platform known as The Inventor’s Patent Academy (TIPA), an e-learning course designed in collaboration with Qualcomm to educate inventors from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds about the benefits of engaging with the U.S. patent system.

Smart Water Project Expands Internet of Things Solution To Improve Water Quality and Stewardship in Tekax, Yucatán, Mexico

The initiative is reaching neighborhoods in Tekax for monitoring the water quality and increasing community awareness
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MÉRIDA, Mexico, July 29, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Qualcomm Incorporated, through its Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™ initiative; the City Council of Tekax; the Secretariat of Sustainable Development of Yucatan, the Social Intelligence Unit; Grupo LAN, Kanan Kab Protección del Mundo A.C., and Colectividad Razontura today announced the expansion of the Smart Water project to reach communities in Tekax.

STEM Education: Qualcomm Inspires the Next Generation of Inventors

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  • In 2021, through our social investments in the future workforce, we reached 561,063 students and 12,817 teachers.
  • Since its creation in 2014, our home-grown Thinkabit Lab program has inspired over 85,000 students in the U.S. to be the next generation of inventors.
  • Enabled FIRST to provide 23,580 students in 13 countries with opportunities to innovate and drive solutions to real-world problems.
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  • In 2021, through our social investments in the future workforce, we reached 561,063 students and 12,817 teachers.
  • Since its creation in 2014, our home-grown Thinkabit Lab program has inspired over 85,000 students in the U.S. to be the next generation of inventors.
  • Enabled FIRST to provide 23,580 students in 13 countries with opportunities to innovate and drive solutions to real-world problems.

Qualcomm's Approach to Transforming Education

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Another important sector that stands to benefit from the promises of the new generation of wireless technologies is education. The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the depth of a digital divide that’s long existed in education, put a halt to traditional classroom education and accelerated the urgency for equitable solutions. 

Qualcomm's Approach to Public Policy and Regulation

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Qualcomm has been a committed partner to countries around the world for more than 30 years, supporting policies that encourage innovation, fostering the proliferation of mobile technology and enabling business-friendly environments globally. With each new generation of mobile communications, Qualcomm creates shared success in collaboration with lawmakers and regulators, creating new opportunities for local industries and communities.

Qualcomm Joins the Diversity Charter (“Charta Der Vielfalt”) To Promote the Recognition, Appreciation, and Integration of Diversity Into Germany's Business Culture

Qualcomm products mentioned within this press release are offered by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.
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Qualcomm is proud to announce that as of June 2022, they have joined over 4000 companies and organizations in Germany in becoming part of The Diversity Charter (“Charta der Vielfalt”), a corporate initiative to promote employee diversity in companies and institutions. The Diversity Charter aims to promote the recognition, appreciation and integration of diversity into Germany’s business culture.

Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship Europe Rewards Excellent Research in the Field of AI and Cybersecurity

Each Winner Receives Mentorship and $40,000 in Research Funding
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AMSTERDAM, July 19, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., announced today the winners of the 13th edition of Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship (QIF) Europe program: Patrick Jattke (ETH Zurich), Stratis Markou (University of Cambridge), Francisco Vargas (University of Cambridge), and Dingfan Chen (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security).

Robotics Community FIRST® Inspires Students to Use STEM Skills for Global Good

Annual competition helps students from around the world develop both STEM and life skills.
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Every year, hundreds of thousands of students ages 4-18 from more than 110 countries come together to tackle tough, real-world problems through FIRST®, a global community that helps young people discover their passions for STEM through exciting, hands-on robotics-based challenges.

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