Bruin Innovation & Technology Magazine
Bruin Innovation & Technology (BIT) Magazine is the first student-written, edited and managed engineering publication at UCLA. Founded in 2010 by UCLA Engineering graduate students, Jamal A. Madni and Neil Tilley, BIT is written by engineering graduate students on the impact their research has on new & emerging technologies, and is intended for all members of the Bruin family, prospective students and the greater community.
BIT hopes to educate the "non-technocrats" on engineering research at UCLA in a jargon-less manner, intends to help current Bruin engineering students cultivate their written communication skills, and anticipates providing a mechanism for a student-driven culture of entrepreneurship.
The current issue includes cutting edge research in mobile & wireless health, a new paradigm for the Internet, an interview with Dean Dhir on the state of engineering at UCLA through the lens of the non-technocrat, as well as entrepreneurial opportunities for students from all over campus: