Sunday, 23 November 2014

Electronics

This image shows ultrafast photomodulation spectroscopy with the sample in the middle and the small blue spot on the sample, which shows the actual pump-light used in the method

New technique could enable next-generation photonic chips

18 Nov 2014

A new technique developed at Southampton University is claimed to help produce more reliable and robust next generation photonic chips.

A low-cost complex electronic circuit printed on a transparent plastic sheet

Complex electronic circuits made with common t-shirt printer

17 Nov 2014

Researchers in Singapore say they have developed a process for printing complex electronic circuits using a common t-shirt printer.

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Bright sparks: electronics industry career guide for graduate engineers

13 Oct 2014 | By Ellie Zolfagharifard

The UK electronics industry is the biggest producer of consumer devices in Europe but also offers a huge variety of careers helping develop everything from medical equipment to spacecraft.

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Get connected: graduate engineer career guide to the telecoms sector

13 Oct 2014 | By Ellie Zolfagharifard

Keeping the country online amid constantly changing technology is just one of the challenges in this innovative and fast-paced industry. 

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Apprentices

Apprenticeships, infrastructure and innovation

17 Nov 2014 | By Jason Ford

Apprenticeships represent an incredible chance to gain the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the workplace, but are enough people taking the opportunity?

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May the Force be with the engineers

11 Nov 2014

The chief executive of InnovateUK confesses to his fear of Darth Vader and praises the efforts of engineers in the UK’s world-leading special effects industry.

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With police this week warning a House of Lords committee that off-the-shelf “drones” are being used to harass people, there are growing calls for tighter regulations to prevent criminal use of the technology. Are these concerns justified? With which of the following statements do you most strongly agree?