The BCE Heartbeat
"Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day!"
As a child in Mexico, Guillermo González Camarena was interested in taking electronics apart to understand what made them work. At age 23, his tenacity paid off when he was awarded a patent for the very first color television transmission system. When he realized that his invention would be prohibitively expensive for low income families, he created a simplified bicolor system in 1963 to ensure that his technology would be accessible to everyone. His work provided a foundation for the modern color televisions that followed, and his bicolor system played a key role for an important NASA mission, transmitting the first color images of Jupiter from the Discovery I in 1979.
Written by Annie Whitehouse a Communications Writer at EiE.
Whitehouse, A. (2019, September 17). 3 Engineering Role Models to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Retrieved from https://blog.eie.org/3-engineering-role-models-to-celebrate-hispanic-heritage-month
On Tuesday, November 26th, from 8:00 AM- 1:00 PM, we will host our second blood drive this year. The drive is now live and can be accessed using this link below. Click on our school name and then select your appointment time and create your account.
Our goal is to surpass the 26 units that we collected in September. Please share this link with others who may be interested. We truly appreciate your participation and gift of life!
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