5-axis robots: solving domestic appliance wiring challenges
Automation has transformed the manufacture of electrical and electronic products in the last few decades.
Why responsibly disposing of waste electronics needs to be part of your spring clean
Carelessly thrown away waste electronics can pose a significant risk of fire, injury, and environmental damage.
Scaling up SiC crystal growth to meet demand
Due to the complexity of growing quality silicon carbide (SiC) crystals, manufacturers need help obtaining sufficient systems to meet global production targets
Understanding oxygen sensors in cars
In the intricate ecosystem of a car's engine, oxygen sensors, also known as lambda sensors, play a pivotal role in ensuring efficiency and environmental compliance.
What can we expect from the European Chips Act in 2024?
A looming artefact of the pandemic, the global chip shortage, seems to be easing up; demand for consumer products like smartphones and games consoles has dropped and chip sales have slowed due to increased inflation. But are we out of the woods just yet?
Time to bridge the terahertz gap
The scientific community is striving to bring life to the so-called ‘dead zone’, a region of the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum between electronics and optics.
The rise, fall, and resurgence of Maplin Electronics
Maplin Electronics is a name that was once synonymous with electronic goods retailing in the UK and Ireland.
Tech-savvy Valentine’s gift and date night ideas for engineering couples
When it comes to Valentine's Day, finding a new and interesting way to show your partner how much you care can be a challenge.
Energy expert shares his top saving tips for 2024
From the very start of the year, we have seen reports that the national number of households failing to pay energy bills has increased significantly.
How electrical engineering has shaped the modern world
From light bulbs and television, to cell phones and GPS, modern advances in electrical engineering have illuminated, informed and connected the world. However, did you know electrical engineering can be traced back to long before Thomas Edison?