Archive November 2015

British astronaut ready for liftoff

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Tim Peake, a British astronaut, is undergoing his final training session near Moscow at the Star City centre, along with two other astronauts before heading to the International Space Station...

New nanotechnology has potential to help an artificial kidney

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Scientists from the University of Vanderbilt and the University of California have developed new nanotechnology that could help surgically implantable, artificial kidneys to filter blood. The new technology would mimic...

New technology can be integrated into an eyeglass lens

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Finnish researchers have developed a transparent display that can be integrated with smartglasses. The display incorporate smartphone technology into eyewear more seamlessly than other existing devices, such as Google Glass,...

Wolverhampton company leading the change in blind spot management

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A Wolverhampton-based mobile safety specialist is changing how companies approach blind spot management on their vehicles. The company has created ten new jobs and boosted its sales by 25% so...

Baby beats leukemia by having gene therapy

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Last week, a one-year-old girl was saved from leukemia by undergoing experimental gene therapy at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Whilst she has not yet been given the all-clear, it is...

New suspension system created by student

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A Lancaster University engineering student has designed a system which is aimed at improving suspension performance. Abigail Carson’s design has the potential to reduce maintenance costs and extend lifespan of...