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  1. 1000-ft Pipelay Barges
  2. 100 Chemical Engineers of the Modern Era
  3. 1997 IEEE Conference on the History of Computing
  4. 1997 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  5. 1998 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  6. 1999 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  7. 2000 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  8. 2001 IEEE Conference on the History of Telecommunications
  9. 2001 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  10. 2003 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  11. 2004 IEEE Conference on the History of Electronics
  12. 2004 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  13. 2005 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  14. 2007 IEEE Conference on the History of Electric Power
  15. 2008 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  16. 2009 IEEE Conference on the History of Technical Societies
  17. 2009 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  18. 2010 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  19. 2011 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  20. 2012 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  21. 2013 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  22. 2014 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  23. 2015 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  24. 2016 IEEE Honors Ceremony
  25. 3D Seismic Processing
  26. 50 Greatest Moments in Materials
  27. A.A. Griffith publishes The Phenomenon of Rupture and Flow in Solids
  28. A. Christian Jacobaeus
  29. A. G. Fraser
  30. A. Michael Noll
  31. A. P. Meliopoulos
  32. A. Uno Lamm
  33. ACE Computer
  34. AC vs. DC
  35. AIEE, IRE, and IEEE General Managers and Executive Directors
  36. AIEE, IRE, and IEEE members who won Nobel Prizes
  37. AIEE History 1884-1963
  38. ARPANET
  39. ASCE Landmarks
  40. ASCII
  41. ASME Landmarks
  42. A Brief History of Early British Computers
  43. A Brief History of the U.S. Federal Government and Innovation (Part I): From Independence to World War I (1787 – 1917)
  44. A Brief History of the U.S. Federal Government and Innovation (Part II): From World War I through World War II (1917 – 1945)
  45. A Brief History of the U.S. Federal Government and Innovation (Part III): World War II and Beyond (1945 – 1987)
  46. A Handbook of Chemical Engineering
  47. A Prehistory of the IEEE Fukuoka Section
  48. A Prehistory of the IEEE Fukuoka Section in Japanese
  49. A Small-C cross-compiler for the IBM 1401
  50. A Very Early Conception of a Solid State Device

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