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Compressor hire from BOGE helps industrial companies restart operations

BOGE Compressors has increased its UK stock of compressors and extended its hire services to help industrial companies as they return to work and need to restart production systems. Existing ... more

The University of Exeter and Supacat pioneer ‘off-road’ electric and ‘optionally manned’ autonomous vehicle

As the UK seeks to deliver a ‘greener’ future following the government’s announcement in February to ban the sale of all new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2035, the University of Exeter and Supacat ... more

EPLAN relaunches its website with ‘significant improvements’

CAE software provider EPLAN has re-launched its website to incorporate significant improvements that make it an even more valuable resource for current and prospective users of the EPLAN computer-... more

University of Limerick and Analog Devices announce Scholarship Programmes

The University of Limerick (UL) and Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) have announced two scholarship programs in honour of Peter Real, ADI’s late chief technology officer (CTO) and UL alumnus. The ... more

Analog Devices wins Transatlantic Growth Award from BritishAmerican Business after opening new UK headquarters

Analog Devices has won a 2020 Transatlantic Growth Award from BritishAmerican Business, the trade body which promotes trade between the two countries, in the category of ‘US launch or expansion in ... more

Schneider Electric offers free trials of EcoStruxure Remote Access Tools

Schneider Electric has announced the launch of free trials of its EcoStruxure remote access solutions. For the first time, machine builders, operators and technicians will be able to see the benefits ... more

Women in STEM: One million reasons to keep on empowering

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM for short, are all industries where men dominate the workforce, with women accounting for a small percentage of job roles. Women currently ... more

Virtually the same: What is the future for scientific conferences?

Could the stereotype of academics standing in front of a chalkboard be replaced by virtual reality? In light of worldwide event cancellations, scientists are rethinking how they network. Today, ... more

The AEMT supports members during COVID-19 outbreak

The Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) is supporting its members with forums and advice during the COVID-19 outbreak. The organisation has released a concise COVID-19 guide that ... more

TÜV SÜD launches UK Business Assurance service

TÜV SÜD has launched its Business Assurance service in the UK. The new service provides management system auditing and certification services for more than 40 management standards, including ISO 9001 ... more

The importance of getting children interested in STEM at an early age

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are academic disciplines that have an impact on our everyday lives. Known by most as STEM, these subjects are taught to children and can then become ... more

FLIR Systems launches FLIR Screen-EST Software to improve skin temperature screening for COVID-19

FLIR Systems today announced the FLIR Screen-EST software for FLIR T-Series, Exx-Series, and A-Series thermal imaging cameras more

How is the electronics industry responding to COVID-19?

Embedded design consultancy ByteSnap Design has revealed the top concerns and priorities for UK electronics companies in its new report: Navigating COVID-19: The New Normal. To develop the report, ... more

Ellsworth Adhesives Europe expands business with new Irish division

Ellsworth Adhesives Europe, a leading distributor of adhesives, specialty chemicals and adhesive dispensing equipment, is pleased to announce the launch of a new Irish division. Across Europe, ... more

New app assesses networks, automation assets and cybersecurity

Rockwell Automation has released a new app that will help operations managers, plant floor managers and IT/OT professionals gauge levels of operational risk within their connected infrastructures... more

Mayku empowers R&D departments to work remotely and continue product development at home

The Coronavirus pandemic has had a profound impact on British business, with seven in 10 companies forced to furlough staff and contend with considerable losses, as the ... more

Nexans Solar Technologies signs its first KEYLIOS Solar Trackers contract for Reden’s solar parks in France

Nexans Solar Technologies (NST) has signed its first contract to design, manufacture and supply its KEYLIOS Solar Trackers for Reden, a major player in the development of photovoltaic projects and a ... more

Public vote of confidence for UK manufacturing

The UK public stands firmly behind the manufacturing sector to support the UK and protect the NHS through coronavirus and into the future. Almost three in four (74%) of the UK public believe that ... more

£1.68m ‘Driving the Electric Revolution Challenge’ UK government grant awarded to disruptive Bizen transistor technology

Nottingham-based start-up, Search For The Next (SFN) has announced that its Bizen transistor technology has received an award worth £1.7M which will drive forward the development of the enabling ... more

Altair announces “most significant software update release in company history”

All of Altair’s software products have been updated with advancements in user experience and countless new features, including intuitive workflows that empower users to streamline product development,... more

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