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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Multiple Oxford Instruments systems facilitate a “New Era of Science” at CUNY, USA

  • Written by Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology

Leader in plasma etch and deposition processing systems Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, recently won an order from The City University of New York (CUNY) for its PlasmaPro® etch and deposition systems.

The PlasmaPro 100 ICP and PECVD systems, and PlasmaPro 80 RIE tool will offer an extensive range of process capability for this new facility which is being developed for the colleges of The City University of New York.Multiple Oxford Instruments systems facilitate a “New Era of Science” at CUNY, USA


class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Harry Swan named as one of the UK’s top 100 manufacturing role models

  • Written by : Thomas Swan press release

Managing Director receives prestigious award.

Harry Swan, Managing director of Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd, a 4th generation chemical manufacturing firm based in Consett, North East England, has been named by The Manufacturer Top 100 report as one of the UK’s most inspirational individuals within UK manufacturing.Harry receives his award.	(Photograph © The Manufacturer)


class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Haydale acquires EPL Composite Solutions Ltd to advance graphene commercialisation capabilities

  • Written by Haydale

Haydale, the company focused on the commercialisation of graphenes and other nanomaterials, has announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire EPL Composite Solutions (EPL), a specialist in the design, development and commercialisation of advanced composite polymer materials both in the UK and overseas. This acquisition will maximise EPL’s access to the nano-enhanced composites market and is expected to significantly boost Haydale’s sales potential. Haydale’s patented low temperature plasma process: Nanomaterials are introduced into the rotating reactor drum and interact with the plasma generated by the electrode at centre.


class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" The Bionic Clinician: This event promises to provide a tantalising glimpse of what the future may hold

  • Written by Sallie Payne


The Bionic Clinician

January 20th, 10.00am, The Royal Society of Medicine, London

Register at: http://www.techUK-e.Net/bionic.aspx

- How will the human-machine interface deliver care and treatment in the future? -

Healthcare delivery in the modern setting is increasingly complex, and technology will bring with it Human-Machine interfaces that will increase the dependency between Clinicians and Machines.

A Clinicians great skill is to 'Sense the Patient' when making life changing decisions.
The iDoctor, the 'Bionic Clinician', will support the human Clinician enabling better decision making improving patient care and treatment.

This event examines the breakthrough technologies that will enable this vision