Diabetics could soon have a way to easily measure their blood sugar without drawing blood, thanks to a new laser system.
Researchers have developed a new process claimed to simplify the process of sorting plastics in recycling plants.
Specialist computer software is being developed in Manchester to help identify the early onset of osteoporosis.
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The fiasco over the cancellation of the contract with Raytheon to deliver the UK’s e-borders system could have been avoided if more engineers were involved in decision making.
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