Tuesday, 27 January 2015



Kevlar is key to fire-preventing lithium ion battery membrane

27 Jan 2015

New battery technology should prevent the incidents that grounded Boeing 787 Dreamliners in 2013, claim researchers at the University of Michigan. 


Silver nanowires show suitability for flexible electronics

26 Jan 2015

A study into the mechanical properties of silver nanowire has revealed properties that make the nanostructure suited to flexible electronics.


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Setting standards

27 Jan 2015 | By Ellie Zolfagharifard

UK researchers are developing advanced graphene measurement techniques that could hasten the commercial applications of the revolutionary material.


Intel to progress IoT to wide-scale deployment

8 Jan 2015 | By Jessica Mills Davies

In the realm of innovation, technology frontrunner Intel Corp seeks to take Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity from nascency to wide-scale deployment.




Robots in pursuit of power Video

23 Jan 2015 | By Stephen Harris

The latest upgrade to Google’s Atlas humanoid robot reminds us why we shouldn’t be afraid of robotic world domination just yet.


Two technologies from CES you should be genuinely excited about

9 Jan 2015 | By Stephen Harris

Behind the usual hype about wearable computers and miniature drones, there were some surprisingly impressive innovations at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.


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A bill calling for a moratorium on fracking until more is known about its environmental impact has been defeated in the House of Commons. Which statement best reflects your opinion on this?