Improving safety with nanotech

A £3million grant has been awarded to the University of Southampton from Lloyd’s Register Foundation to bring together some of the world’s brightest early career researchers to find new ways of using nanotechnologies to improve safety at sea, on land and in the air.

  • £3m project to use nanotechnology to improve safety

    A £3million grant has been awarded to the University of Southampton from Lloyd’s Register Foundation to bring together some of the world’s brightest early career researchers to find new ways of using nanotechnologies to improve safety at sea, on land and in ... Read More
  • TransferJet-equipped SDHC card launched by Toshiba

    Toshiba Electronics has launched an SDHC card that combines Class 10 memory with TransferJetTM close proximity wireless transfer technology. The 16GByte SDHCTM card, THN-J301W0160E6, will enable users of digital cameras or camcorders to transfer photos and ... Read More
  • IBM and ARM collaborate to deliver integrated IoT Foundation

    IBM has announced an expansion of its IoT platform, called IBM IoT Foundation, through integration with ARM, which is providing out of the box connectivity with ARM mbedTM-enabled devices to analytics services.

    IBM also announced the first in a ...
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  • Communicating wirelessly around the body by magnetic field

    Engineers at the University of California, San Diego have demonstrated a wireless communication technique that works by sending magnetic signals through the human body.

    "In the future, people are going to be wearing more electronics, such as smart ...
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