Thursday, 30 October 2014

Defence

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Skills and finance key to £30bn supply chain boost

20 Oct 2014

The UK economy could be £30bn better off by 2025 if concerted efforts are made now to revitalise domestic supply chains.

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HMS Artful completes successful maiden dive Video

9 Oct 2014

The Royal Navy’s latest hunter-killer submarine has successfully completed her maiden dive prior to sea trials in 2015.

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3D mapping technique has functions in forensics and precision machining Video

8 Oct 2014

Researchers have demonstrated a laser-based imaging system that creates high-definition 3D maps of surfaces at distances of up to 10.5m.

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Electronics

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Alevo unveils utility-scale energy storage solution

29 Oct 2014 | By Jason Ford

New energy storage solution aims to reduce generation losses and encourage the renewables uptake

Researchers have observed the simultaneous reorganisation of atomic positions and electron distribution during the transformation of vanadium dioxide from a semiconductor into a metal

Ultrafast observations aid the understanding of vanadium dioxide

28 Oct 2014

Researchers have observed the simultaneous reorganisation of atomic positions and electron distribution during the transformation of vanadium dioxide from a semiconductor into a metal.

Knee

Device monitors noisy knees to diagnose osteoarthritis

24 Oct 2014

UK researchers have developed a device that identifies osteoarthritis through sounds emitted by the body.

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Medical

The gold nanonparticules on the surface of this receiving tab modify the colour of light detected by the instrument. The captured colour perfectly reflects the exact concentration of the medication in the blood sample

Nanoscale device optimises dose of toxic cancer drug

27 Oct 2014

A new nanoscale device is able to rapidly detect a patient’s blood for a potentially toxic cancer drug.

Knee

Device monitors noisy knees to diagnose osteoarthritis

24 Oct 2014

UK researchers have developed a device that identifies osteoarthritis through sounds emitted by the body.

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Transparent graphene microelectrode provides new neurological insights

21 Oct 2014

A transparent microelectrode made from graphene could give doctors further insights into neurological disorders. 

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Rail & Marine

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Skills and finance key to £30bn supply chain boost

20 Oct 2014

The UK economy could be £30bn better off by 2025 if concerted efforts are made now to revitalise domestic supply chains.

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Robots set sail on scientific mission

3 Oct 2014

A fleet of aquatic robots has set sail off southwest England to collect scientific data about ocean processes and marine life.

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With UK electricity capacity expected to reach a seven year low this winter (4 per cent) which of the following should be prioritised in order to keep the lights on?