• Online compliance training courses launched

    York EMC Services (YES) has announced the launch of its York Training Academy (YTA), offering online regulatory compliance training courses for industry.

    YES has been offering compliance training for more than 30 years, however, increasing demands ...
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  • Synopsys buys Elliptic Technologies, expands security portfolio

    In a move that boosts its security portfolio, Synopsys has acquired Elliptic Technologies, which develops security IP cores and software solutions for a range of applications. The move follows Synopsys' recent acquisition of Codenomicon. Both acquisitions are ... Read More
  • SSTL celebrates 30 years of space innovation

    Founded in June 1985, Surrey Satellite Technology (SSTL) is celebrating 30 years of space innovation this year.

    Professor Sir Martin Sweeting, founder of the company and executive chairman, said: "We have come a long way since the early days of ...
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  • 3D fingerprint scanner to boost security

    A newly developed ultrasonic sensor is said to eliminate the risk of fingerprint recognition systems being 'spoofed' by a printed image. Instead, the device images the fingerprint's ridges and valleys, as well as the tissue beneath, in three dimensions.
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