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For decades, Sub-Saharan Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria, has been plagued by a lack of power generating capacity that has handicapped its development efforts. Now, a... More
Apr 25, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
According to many of the automotive and battery industry cognoscenti all of us will be driving around in electric vehicles by the year 2030. Whether you believe that, and whether... More
Apr 23, 2018 By Paul Whytock
As the UK agriculture and horticultural sector ponders its post-Brexit future - with the likely concomitant loss of Eastern European seasonal farm labour - the deployment of... More
Apr 19, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
A humanoid robot that has a skin that can detect its environment or a soldier with smart armour that harvests energy for anti-chemical weapon sensors are two possible applications... More
Apr 18, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
Public cloud computing and storage services are rapidly becoming the norm and overtaking the alternative strategy where companies build their own private cloud. But will this... More
Apr 16, 2018 By Paul Whytock
For decades the global oil and gas sector has lagged behind industry peers such as the automotive and aerospace industries in its adoption and utilisation of new technologies. And... More
Apr 13, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Too often we're told that the Internet of Things will revolutionise everything. IoT devices have been widely available for half a decade now, yet there is no sign of them breaking... More
Apr 11, 2018 By Christian Cawley
The revolution that is underway in automotive drive transmission and engine technology is undoubtedly the most challenging and far reaching change in vehicle technology since the... More
Apr 9, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
For thousands of years, animals and plants have been used for clothing, from cotton, to wool, to silk from silk worms. In the 20th and 21st centuries, other methods, such as... More
Apr 5, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
April is Stress Awareness Month and has been ever since 1992 and, no, this is not an April 1st spoof story but a look at a stress-related study using wearable technology. I think... More
Mar 28, 2018 By Paul Whytock
At the end of a gruelling 5,000-metre Olympics race, the athletes push themselves past the finish line, the winners apparently obvious to all. But, moments later an Olympics... More
Mar 21, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
The global battery industry's reliance on lithium cannot go on unabated. Alternatives must be found or, at the very least, lithium batteries must raise their game... More
Mar 19, 2018 By Paul Whytock

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