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Scanning acoustic microscopy: Taking it from the lab to high throughput fab

The demand for equipment that can perform non-destructive imaging and materials analysis has increased significantly for silicone ingots, wafers, integrated circuits (ICs), MEMS and other electronic ... more

Snickers’ Comfort Fabrics for maximum mobility In new stretch clothing

Snickers Workwear is well known for its uncompromising approach to quality and functionality, comfort and durability.

Hi-tech fabrics and body-mapping designs ensure maximum working mobility ... more

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Rexel opens the doors on revamped branch in Bedford

Electrical professionals in Bedford are being invited to come on down to their new Rexel electrical distributor branch on Barkers Lane, following it’s recent re-opening to the trade with hundreds of ... more
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Surrey University takes control of student heating

The forerunner of the University of Surrey, the Battersea Polytechnic Institute was founded in 1891, but by the beginning of the 1960s, the College had outgrown its main building and in 1962 it was ... more
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Lights out for Halogen, but what’s next?

Comment from Mike Hughes, Zone President UK&I, Schneider Electric...

“Halogen light bulbs are being banned from the 1st of September. The logic is clear – halogens are a false economy, ... more

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World first as South Ayrshire school pupils pilot cutting-edge LiFi technology

Powerstar – Investing in Innovation

Next-generation high speed wireless internet using light technology installed in Scottish secondary school to enhance the learning environment.

Scottish secondary school pupils have become the ... more

Powerstar, manufacturer of leading smart energy solutions, has invested half a million pounds in a purpose-built ‘Innovation Laboratory’ situated at the company’s head office and manufacturing ... more

Over 200 MPs support Aldous Bill: Reforming cash retentions has unprecedented support in Parliament

Almost one in three MPs (207) now support the Aldous Bill, following major efforts by BESA and ECA to secure support for reforming cash retentions in construction. The backing comes alongside an ... more
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