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  1. As title says: what appears to be a very interesting course is about to start on edx: https://www.edx.org/course/electronic-materials-devices-mitx-3-15-1x#! I will not be able to take this one as I am taking one other series of courses from MITx on Supply chain (related to work) and they take A LOT of time. This other MITx course I'm taking is amazing, which is why I am posting this one here. Looks like their courses are a bit better than the edx average. Good luck for anyone trying it!
  2. A bit off-topic for the forum but maybe others here, like me, have a general interest in engineering topics. I'm taking this course on edx: The Art of Structural Engineering: Bridges https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:PrincetonX+CEE262.1x+1T2016/info Just finished first week (it began last Friday), very cool so far!
  3. For those into drones, a course just started on edx: autonomous navigation for flying robots. No, you will not learn how to build a drone. More info here: https://www.edx.org/course/autonomous-navigation-flying-robots-tumx-autonavx-0 I just completed the lectures for the first week as well as the homework. Very cool so far. I also like the fact that the course will not be just very high level stuff - they will go through the algebra and technical aspects of it a little deeper it seems (going by the syllabus).