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24th June 2024
Understanding PCB schematic: The heart of electronics design

In the realm of electronics design, the term "PCB schematic" often comes up as a crucial element in the creation of printed circuit boards (PCBs). A PCB schematic is essentially a blueprint that outlines the electrical connections and components on a PCB. This article delves into the fundamentals of PCB schematics, their importance, and best practices for creating them.  

Women in Tech
23rd June 2024
Celebrating INWED with SheCanEngineer

On Friday 21st June 2024, Electronic Specifier’s Associate Editor Sheryl Miles attended the SheCanEngineer event, ‘Engineering - Behind the Scenes,’ in celebration of International Women’s Day 2024.

Wearables
22nd June 2024
Non-invasive, 3D-printed sweat monitor for tracking health

Researchers at Washington State University (WSU) have developed a wearable health monitor that can accurately measure critical biochemicals in sweat during physical activity.

Women in Tech
21st June 2024
Lights, Camera, Action: how film places STEM women in the spotlight

What do STEM and films have in common? They produce remarkable women. The difference? Film has access to a wealth of diverse and untapped potential, showcasing people who might never have considered a career in tech or engineering.

News & Analysis
21st June 2024
NVIDIA loses top spot to Microsoft amid share price decline

NVIDIA has relinquished its position as the world’s most valuable company to Microsoft following a share price drop exceeding 3.5% on Thursday.

Women in Tech
21st June 2024
WE United walk for Women in Electronics

On Friday, 7th June 2024, Electronic Specifier’s Sheryl Miles and Sophie Mae Mcpherson joined forces with WE United’s UK and Ireland chapter to take part in a sponsored 5k walk-a-thon along London’s Southbank.

Women in Tech
19th June 2024
Celebrating the life of computing pioneer Lynn Conway

Lynn Ann Conway, a pioneer in computer science and electrical engineering and a professor emerita at the University of Michigan, passed away on 9th June 2024, at her home in Jackson due to a heart condition. She was 86.

News & Analysis
19th June 2024
NVIDIA becomes more valuable than Microsoft as share price rockets

NVIDIA reached the pinnacle of the global market by becoming the world’s most valuable company, following a surge in its share price to a record high on Tuesday.

Robotics
18th June 2024
Robotic pet dragon overhauls independent living for the elderly

Aberystwyth University's BeachLab event will feature the public debut of a new robotic pet dragon designed to assist older adults in maintaining independence.

News & Analysis
17th June 2024
Supercomputer predicts England as second favourites to win Euro 2024

A model developed by researchers from the University of Liverpool’s Management School has positioned England as the second favourites to clinch the Euro 2024 title.

Robotics
17th June 2024
Utilising LLMs for robotic navigation

Researchers have found a method that uses language-based inputs instead of costly visual data to direct a robot through a multistep navigation task.

Robotics
16th June 2024
Robot dog equipped for hazardous air sampling

A team of researchers have developed a dog-like quadruped robot with a mechanised arm capable of taking air samples from potentially treacherous environments, such as abandoned buildings or fire sites.

3D Printing
15th June 2024
Researchers develop world's first chip-based 3D printer

Imagine a portable 3D printer that could fit in the palm of your hand, enabling the rapid creation of customised, low-cost objects on the go.

Events News
14th June 2024
PCIM Europe 2024: the highlights

With PCIM Europe 2024 now behind us, what better time to look back at the trends, innovations, and discussions happening within the power electronics industry.

Events News
14th June 2024
Navitas explores what’s next for GaN at PCIM 2024

At PCIM 2024 on the Navitas booth, the company was excited to show off its new portfolio of next-generation SiC and GaN solutions for fast charging, motor drives, power conversion and storage, and beyond. To learn more, Electronic Specifier’s Harry Fowle spoke with Llew Vaughan-Edmunds, Senior Director of Product Management (SiC, GaN) at Navitas, who shared his insights in the latest GaN innovations.

Blog
14th June 2024
Apple repairability and the Right to Repair movement

In this article, Electronic Specifier’s Paige West discusses Apple repairability and how the company’s policies align with the Right to Repair movement.

Events News
13th June 2024
London Tech Week: Invest in people as much as tech

Investing in people as much as new technology was emphasised in various talks, panels and presentations that were held at London Tech Week from 10-12 June, which invited back innovators, investors and tech companies to share ideas and innovation.

VR/AR
12th June 2024
VR technology is assisting fire scene investigation

Forensic scientists at the University of Dundee’s Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science (LRCFS) are developing a new protocol for capturing fire and crime scenes using virtual reality (VR) technology, leveraging footage from real fire scenes.

Events News
12th June 2024
Cambridge GaN Devices targets high-power applications at PCIM 2024

At PCIM 2024, Electronic Specifier spoke with Cambridge GaN Devices’ (CGD) Peter Di Maso, VP of Business Development AMER at CGD, at their booth to learn more about CGD’s latest endeavours in the high power GaN space and its vision moving forward.

News & Analysis
12th June 2024
Significant development for the life sciences sector

Construction has commenced on three new, state-of-the-art laboratory and office buildings at The Oxford Science Park (TOSP), a premier location for science and technology companies in Europe.

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