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Tiny robots set to revolutionise medicine

Researchers from ETH Zurich – the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology – are among the first scientists to have succeeded in propelling microvehicles against a fluid flow using ultrasound. In future, these tiny vehicles are set to be ...

Inspiring materials covered in new podcast

Leading research materials supplier, Goodfellow, has launched a new, all-purpose industry podcast focusing on discussions around the creation of innovative materials and their applications.

Webinar: Agriculture 4.0 and drive technology

February 24 at 10am Martin Leahy, maxon’s Sales Engineer for Ireland, will be discussing how DC drive technologies are utilised in the fourth agricultural revolution, including the IP65 protection rating, and sharing customer case ...

Free 3M webinar

Webinar: Adhesives & Tapes for Bonding Plastics Thursday 4th February, 10am GMT

Belfast welcomes hydrogen-powered buses

Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon and Transport Minister Rachel Maclean have welcomed the first hydrogen powered double decker buses entering service in Northern Ireland.

Saica Flex Enniskillen invests in equipment

Leading flexible packaging experts Saica Flex Enniskillen has invested in a Bobst CL850 lamination machine, transforming its offer while supporting the ongoing growth in its lamination and cold seal categories.

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