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Women in Tech
22nd September 2023
Electronic Specifier announces new and exclusive women in tech event

Electronic Specifier is proud to announce its inaugural event tailored for Women in Technology and Engineering which is set to take place on 2 November 2023. 

Eco Innovation
20th September 2023
Prince William unveils 15 finalists for The Earthshot Prize

The third cohort of 15 international visionaries, including innovators, entrepreneurs, community leaders, and activists dedicated to pioneering solutions for climate change, is set to be celebrated during The Earthshot Prize's annual awards event in Singapore this coming November.

Tech Videos
19th September 2023
3D printing reinforced structures using mushrooms

At the Institute of Architecture and Media at Graz University of Technology, the Shape Lab research group developed a new material named MyCera composed of clay, wood sawdust, and mycelium (vegetative part of fungi).

News & Analysis
19th September 2023
A review of the UK's semiconductor clusters

Barcley’s, Eagle Labs has taken a deep dive into the specific sectors that the UK’s 79 active high-growth semiconductor companies operate within.

19th September 2023
How a multi-billion-dollar distributor operates out of a small city in Minnesota

Thief River Falls, sometimes referred to as Thief River or TRF, is a city in the northwest portion of Minnesota.

Events News
15th September 2023
Visit Electronic Specifier at EDS 2023

Electronic Specifier is exhibiting at The Engineering Design Show (EDS) in Coventry on the 11th-12th October 2023. Visit the stand to claim a free copy of the latest issue.

News & Analysis
15th September 2023
University scientists create fuel to enable living in space

Bangor University scientists have developed an energy source that could allow astronauts to live on the Moon for long periods of time. The power sources, equivalent in size to poppy seeds, hold the potential to sustain lunar habitation.

Aerospace & Defence
15th September 2023
What has the James Webb Space Telescope taught us?

Launched on Christmas Day 2021, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has since pioneered astronomy providing us invaluable insights into the universe, so let's reflect and look at some of the key things the JWST has taught us.

News & Analysis
14th September 2023
New iPhone 15 releases without Lightning charger

Apple's long awaited new handset the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max were announced this week with a notable absence of the lightning charger port. This came amid the company's annual keynote event, which saw a raft of new tech announced, including new watches and AirPods.

Women in Tech
12th September 2023
Engineering empowered women: insider tips for building an inclusive STEM workforce

Women navigating traditionally male-dominated technical sectors too frequently feel invisible, frustrated, and undervalued in the workplace, says Lauren Neal, a female engineer who has worked in the energy sector for 18 years.

3D Printing
12th September 2023
Bioprinting in space to “address critical health challenges”

Researchers from the University of Manchester are embarking on a two-year project aimed at transforming bioprinting technology in microgravity environments.

8th September 2023
A promising breakthrough for EV charging

When it comes to fast-charging electric vehicles (EVs), a lurking problem often arises - lithium plating.

Women in Tech
8th September 2023
Women in tech: one step forward, one step back

I read recently with surprise and dismay that the recent downturn in tech1 has had a greater adverse effect on women than men.

News & Analysis
8th September 2023
Electronic Specifier’s September issue is now live

The September issue of Electronic Specifier Design is a European Microwave Week special, containing all the information you need to navigate the busy hallways of the show.

7th September 2023
Hydrogen rides the waves of technological innovation

While some sectors appear to be all at sea as to the best way to source fuel that is efficient and emissions-free, the marine industry is experiencing a ripple effect with the adoption of hydrogen, writes Caroline Hayes.

7th September 2023
Federated learning and its use with IoT devices

In the world of IoT, AI and machine learning (ML) are often seen as the main topic when talking about advancements in the industry. Indeed, the applications for AI and ML in the broader IoT ecosystem are abundant. Yet, a topic generating less noise, but having equally broad ramification for IoT is Federated Learning (FL).

7th September 2023
Apple bid au revoir to Lightning charger amid EU law change

Apple has finally bowed to EU pressure to change their Lightning adaptor charging head to USB-C. This concession means the company's new iPhone announcement on 12th September will almost certainly the device feature a USB-C charge point.

Cyber Security
7th September 2023
Government tech tsar warns of AI cyber threat to NHS

Ian Hogarth, the government’s new AI tsar, has warned that artificial intelligence could be used by cyber criminals to attack NHS.

News & Analysis
6th September 2023
Arm cutting previous market value projection to around $50bn

Chip-designer Arm is cutting expectations for its market valuation ahead of its imminent Nasdaq listing. The drop to $50 billion is down from the $64 billion valuation given by owner Softbank in a transaction last month.

Women in Tech
6th September 2023
Engineering the future for generations to come

The engineering industry is undergoing a transformative shift toward diversity and equality, and inspiring from the front is Dragica Kostic-Perovic, Chief Engineer of Automotive at Ricardo, a global engineering company.

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