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Taking organic electronics even further

Taking organic electronics even further
A discovery by researchers from Princeton University, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Humboldt University in Berlin points the way to more widespread use of an advanced technology generally known as organic electronics. The research, published in the journal Nature Materials, focused on organic semiconductors, a class of materials prized for their applications in emerging technologies such as flexible electronics, solar energy conversion, and high-quality colour displays for smartphones and televisions.
21st November 2017

European electronic components market trends - Q3 2017

European electronic components market trends - Q3 2017
The European electronic components markets saw continued growth in Q3 2017, bucking the historical trend of third quarter decline. Further analysis of the data provided IDEA (International Distributors of Electronics Association) indicates that the pace of growth in Europe slowed down in Q3 2017 but the decline was not nearly as quick as in recent history.  
21st November 2017

From adapters to enclosures: your Christmas gift guide

From adapters to enclosures: your Christmas gift guide
  Christmas is coming, and with that in mind you might be wondering what to buy your techy friends (or to treat yourself). StarTech.com offers large selection of docking stations, card readers, adapters, audio-video cables, display port converters and drive enclosures to fulfil your geekiest dreams.
20th November 2017


The Central Research Laboratory Accelerator programme is open again

The Central Research Laboratory Accelerator programme is open again
The Central Research Laboratory (CRL) is once again open for applications to the Accelerator programme. Part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the programme supports the next generation of product-focused entrepreneurs, helping them to develop crucial areas of their business to help ‘accelerate’ growth and production.
20th November 2017

Airport security scanner gains TSA approval

Airport security scanner gains TSA approval
R&S QPS200 millimetre wave technology developed by Rohde & Schwarz has achieved TSA Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) detection certification. TSA certification validates that the R&S QPS200 meets TSA’s stringent aviation security detection requirements. The R&S QPS200 security scanner uses safe millimetre wave radio frequency technology to screen passengers automatically for concealed threats while protecting passengers’ privacy.
19th November 2017

Cognitive video game can create smarter football players

Cognitive video game can create smarter football players
In a football game, the most intelligent – and successful – players stand out for their ability to find space where there doesn’t seem to be any, anticipate other players’ future location and make fast decisions. ACE’s IntelliGym technology promises to help mass produce these rare gems. Few would argue against the idea that the best football players are those who combine great technique, physique, tactics and game intelligence.
17th November 2017

The growing electronics industry in the UK

Did you know the UK has the sixth largest electronics industry in the world? It has more than 1,000,000 related jobs, with a £98bn annual turnover. Twenty-five percent of all UK engineering graduates studied electrical and electronics engineering at university.
16th November 2017

Sith spam bots... “I have a bad feeling about this”

Sith spam bots... “I have a bad feeling about this”
  As the month of December draws ever closer, the online excitement is at an all time high for Star Wars fanatics. The latest installment of the Star Wars saga, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is to be released on 15th December. With the internet abuzz about recent trailers, looming figures appearing in posters and spoilers in beer glasses, it looks like no one is immune to Star Wars fever, not even cyber-criminals.
16th November 2017

Digital revenues hit £1bn at Electrocomponents

Digital revenues hit £1bn at Electrocomponents
Electrocomponents has topped £1 billion of annual digital revenues, endorsing the company’s continuous investment in digital innovation. In recent years the company has implemented a complete marketing outreach programme whilst making thousands of enhancements to its websites, many of them a result of customer feedback and behaviour.
16th November 2017

Demonstrating the novel collision-based computing technique

Demonstrating the novel collision-based computing technique
Researchers have published a paper that demonstrations the first laboratory experiment to use liquid marbles to create collision-based computation in research. The paper, titled "Liquid Marble Interaction Gate for Collision-Based Computing" is published by Elsevier in Materials Today. The research is led by Professor Andy Adamatzky and Dr Ben De Lacy Costello. LMs are liquid droplets that are encapsulated in a coating of hydrophobic particles (i.e. that don't like water), such as powdered metal or other materials.
15th November 2017


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