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New test to improve commercial viability of printable electronics

The UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has developed a new, non-destructive, method of measuring the three dimensional orientation of molecules in an organic semiconductor transistor, using ...

Electrocomponents appoints new President of RS Components

Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, has announced the appointment of Marianne Culver as President RS Components. She will join the business immediately as a member of the ...

Three outstanding women celebrated as Young Woman Engineers of the Year

Three young female engineers have been recognised at the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards for their innovative work in engineering. All three ...

Spelsberg fit and forget thermostat keeps frost and snow at bay

Winter. It means different things to different people. Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Skiing silently through snow-clad wilderness. Mulled wine and family gatherings. Burst pipes and ensuing ...

To build a country that works for everyone, sustainability must be brought back into focus

Following the Chancellor’s first and final Autumn Statement this week, Tanuja Randery, Schneider Electric's zone president UK & Ireland, comments on what it will mean for the UK energy industry ...

Smart Homes made simpler with Energy Harvesting Switches

In a world where the number of communication networks continues to increase, requirements for information transmission are also changing. Data transmission must be mobile and flexible while using as ...

Why energy storage is imperative and the legal considerations sponsors need to consider when developing an energy storage project

Historically, supply and demand on the national electricity grid largely balanced itself because power plants would not generate if there were no buyers for their electricity. Market forces helped ...

Christmas comes early for UK manufacturing in November

Stephen Cooper, head of manufacturing at KPMG UK, comments on the Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing PMI figures published yesterday (1 December 2016). He said: "Although UK manufacturing growth felt a ...

Spirax Sarco launches UK-wide valve refurbishment service

Spirax Sarco is launching a UK-wide valve refurbishment service for industrial valve-users. The new service will offer refurbishment and pressure testing, with accredited certification, on valves ...

Greater connectivity creates growth opportunities for advanced calibration and repair services

As quality and safety standards continue to evolve, manufacturers across industries will be compelled to calibrate items they had not previously considered. The greater connectivity in end-user ...

Yaskawa investing in Europe for future growth

Japanese motion control and robotics specialist Yaskawa is intensifying its presence in Europe, with the aim of becoming one of the two leading manufacturers of industrial robots in strategic target ...

Handling the heavy weight of the steel industry

The volatility of the global steel industry has fuelled demand for highly efficient and flexible handling equipment. Botros Hanna from Hyster Europe explains some of the key handling challenges faced ...

 
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