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Plug into simplicity with Barco’s two ClickShare models

Plug into simplicity with Barco’s two ClickShare models
Barco announces an important expansion of its wireless presentation and collaboration portfolio. The CS-100 and CSE-200 join the ClickShare portfolio, offering the freedom to better tailor the ClickShare unit to the meeting room’s – and the participants’ – needs. In this way, Barco’s ClickShare portfolio spans the complete spectrum of meeting rooms, from small huddle rooms to large boardrooms.
5th February 2016

Battery specialist acquired for £7.5m

Following an extensive search and assessment of potential growth acquisitions, US based Battery and Energy Products and Communications Systems company, Ultralife Corporation, has purchased all of the outstanding shares in Staffordshire based battery specialist, Accutronics for £7.575m.
5th February 2016

Droneboarding may be 2016's best new sport

Droneboarding is the newly developed practice of using a drone to drag around someone on a snowboard.
5th February 2016


World's smallest and strongest 3D lattice

World's smallest and strongest 3D lattice
Nanotechnology, the ability to manipulate structures on an atomic level, has the potential to revolutionise our world. From creating artificial skin that allows the user to “feel,” to using nanoscopic algae “backpacks” to deliver chemotherapy treatment, it is a technological field that constantly breaks new ground. 
5th February 2016

Luxembourg plans to support asteroid mining companies

Luxembourg plans to support asteroid mining companies
There are thousands of asteroids in Earth’s vicinity, some containing vast amounts of water and metals that could be utilised for use in space and back on Earth. The only problem is that we don’t have any good methods of accessing them at the moment. That could be all set to change though, as Luxembourg has announced it will invest in companies that want to mine asteroids.
5th February 2016

Deadline draws near for Mouser/TI Design Contest

Deadline draws near for Mouser/TI Design Contest
Mouser Electronics says that potential entrants in the TI Innovation Challenge European Design Contest 2016 – which is sponsored by Mouser – must register by February 29t 2016. Undergraduate and graduate students in universities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa can enter one of three separate categories this year: Automotive, Industrial, and Innovation.
4th February 2016

Microsite focuses on power management technology

Microsite focuses on power management technology
A Power Management Technology site designed to give engineers easy-to-access information on the latest technical advances in power management technologies has been unveiled by Mouser Electronics. As part of Mouser’s growing selection of Applications and Technologies sites, the Power Management Technology site provides a wealth of resource material.
4th February 2016

DC equipment fans offered in wide range of models

DC equipment fans offered in wide range of models
The KF and JF ranges of highly cost-effective, DC equipment fans from Jamicon are now in stock at Aerco. Providing exceptional airflow performance and low power consumption, these new fans will find applications in telecommunication, medical and industrial equipment, computer servers and storage devices, thermo electric devices, heat pumps, food-packaging machinery and inverters for solar energy and wind power generators.
4th February 2016

Super Bowl to be a ‘no-drone zone’

Super Bowl to be a ‘no-drone zone’
This Sunday’s Super Bowl, taking place in Santa Clara, California, between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos, has been declared a ‘no-drone zone’ by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), who have placed a 32 mile no-fly zone around the Levi’s Stadium.
4th February 2016

Tiny cracks in electrodes mean improvements for nanoelectronics

Tiny cracks in electrodes mean improvements for nanoelectronics
Nanogaps could enable new types of microprocessors and make a whole range of biosensors possible, and now researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology have published a scalable method using nanocracks for creating nanogaps that are only a few atom layers wide. Valentin Dubois, a researcher at KTH's Department of Micro and Nanosystems, says the new method improves on established ways to achieve gaps in conductive materials — in this case, titanium nitride (TiN).
4th February 2016


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