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Graphene technologies to tackle Blue Monday: Could graphene-embedded T-shirts alleviate seasonal affective disorder?

Graphene could be a key to tackle seasonal affective disorder (SAD) — just in time for Blue Monday. A group of Graphene Flagship researchers have developed T-shirts embedded with graphene-based ... more

Making a business case for artificial intelligence

On Wednesday, December 5, around 100 professionals gathered in Malmö to attend an Omron conference about the use of artificial intelligence in the manufacturing industry. The conference emphasised ... more

The Impact of Technology on the UK Property Sector

Advances in technology have revolutionised every sector, including property. From VR property tours to instant online bank transfers, there have been huge improvements in the industry because of ... more
Design & prototyping

The importance of protective clothing in the workplace

Whether it be from heat, confined spaces, unstable structures, biohazards, chemical exposure or airborne matter, there’s a lot that can make a workplace dangerous. Using the right safety clothing to ... more

PI offers micropositioning solutions for industrial markets

Connectivity is now a major consideration for the world of industrial automation. The rise of the internet of things and industry 4.0 has led to greater understanding of the importance of ... more

Subcon co-locates with The Engineer Expo and Advanced Manufacturing Show

Rittal’s Ri4Power modular busbar system – suited to industrial switchgear applications

Subcon, the subcontract manufacturing supply chain show, has confirmed it will return to the NEC for Subcon 2019, spanning 4-6 June. Now in its 43rd year, Subcon is the must-attend event for ... more
Rittal was approached to provide power distribution and motor control centre system for a replacement drives panel at a steel mill based in the North of England. The heavy-duty industrial ... more

Rittal’s new laser machining centre to revolutionise control panel production at engineering firm

In a “UK first”, Hawarden-based electrical engineering firm, LCA Group, has switched its control panel operations from manual production to end-to-end automation, including laser-machining (www.... more

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