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Low and high voltage power for research labs

Low and high voltage power for research labs

The MPOD/MMS universal low/high voltage multichannel power supply system driving innovation at some of the world’s most highly respected laboratories.
EV charge points

A new layer of technology for EV charge point owners

Monta is a new layer of technology that brings together EV charge point owners. Here they describe how their solutions provide an end-to-end operation.
Bringing revolutionary products to life with nanomaterials engineering

Bringing revolutionary products to life with nanomaterials engineering

From concept to formulation, manufacturing to application, Graphene Composites offers global brands breakthrough technology to solve key technical challenges through nanomaterials engineering.
The CMS experiment and the precision frontier

The CMS experiment and the precision frontier

Professor Tiziano Camporesi, former CERN spokesman for the CMS experiment, discusses the challenges of upgrading the experiment and the importance of the precision frontier.
The fascinating role of nanomaterials in electronics

Revolutionising the electronics industry with nanomaterials

The Graphene Flagship’s Sanna Arpiainen explains how nanomaterials will unveil a new generation of electronics, promising new functionalities and applications.
An extraordinary career as a physicist

An extraordinary career as a physicist

Professor Brian Foster OBE, FRS draws observations from his career as a physicist, from studying at Oxford to the International Linear Collider (ILC) and beyond.
nuclear astrophysics

Shining a light on nuclear astrophysics

Professor Moshe Gai, from the University of Connecticut, and Dr Robin Smith, of Sheffield Hallam University, discuss new opportunities for nuclear astrophysics with gamma-beams at the HIƴS facility of TUNL in the USA and at the newly constructed ELI-NP facility in Romani.
Towards a sustainable water future

Towards a sustainable water future

The University of Lynchburg’s Dr Thomas Shahady argues that a sustainable water future depends on preparation now.
Detecting exoplanets with high precision

Detecting exoplanets with high precision

Editor Georgie Whitworth spoke to Ana Heras Pastor, Head of the Astrophysics Observatories Section at the European Space Agency, to learn more about the PLATO mission to detect and study exoplanets.
biomass fuel

Going beyond fossil fuels: converting biomass and solid waste into fuels

Biofuels and other biochemicals based on lignocellulosic biomass and municipal solid waste are part of the solution of the future.

Innovative approaches to improved patient care

The InterOrtho Research Group at Aalborg University Hospital in Denmark aims to develop an entirely new research area of improved patient care through advanced sensor technologies.

Vaccine hesitancy – when emotions trump reason

The University of Nebraska’s Professor Lawrence C Scharmann explores the issue of vaccine hesitancy and the role that education can play in tackling it.

Low cost, industrial scale, high-quality CVD graphene production

A ‘wonder material’ trapped in the lab for almost two decades, graphene’s potential has finally been unlocked with the production of cost effective, high-quality CVD graphene.

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