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Jan 11, 2018

New philanthropic fellowships honor legacy of TI founders

The Texas Instruments Foundation established a philanthropic fellowship program to honor our founders’ long legacy of giving back and leading nonprofit organizations in the community.

Dec 05, 2017

One to Watch: Rick Oden's unbounded curiosity earns him a lifetime achievement award in physics

Rick Oden, one of the brightest minds in contemporary physics, has a knack for explaining complex topics in ways that are easily understood. He received the equivalent of a lifetime achievement award in the field of physics from the American Physical Society.

Nov 20, 2017

Use ultrasonic sensing for graceful robots

It won’t be long until robots will build our homes, lay our roads and drive us around. But one of the key requirements for this future is for robots to have senses similar to humans. Ultrasonic sensing is a reliable and practical solution for home and factory robots.

Oct 31, 2017

Peter Balyta: No excuses! We must help students engineer their future with STEM

As president of Education Technology and vice president of Academic Engagement and Corporate Citizenship, Peter Balyta interacts with students and educators at all levels. In this column, he discusses how we all can help students get involved in science, technology, engineering and math.

Oct 10, 2017

Educational robot puts STEM into motion

The TI-Innovator™ Rover teaches students that learning to program can be fun. Students write programs using the TI graphing calculator they already use in math and science class to make Rover do things like draw, crash or even dance.

Oct 03, 2017

Drones are delivering more than you can imagine

Countless heroes jumped into action in the wake of natural disasters around the world. Among them: drone operators.

Sep 19, 2017

How two engineers used problem solving to turn a terminal diagnosis into hope for their son and countless others

Everything changed for TI engineers Matt and Gina Hann when they were told to prepare for the end of their son’s life. They decided to approach the situation as a problem to be solved, and pored over research to slow the progression of his disease, search for hope, and work toward a cure.