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More concerns over Huawei

Following the news that the US, New Zealand and Australia would be blocking Huawei from its 5G networks due to national security concerns, Germany is now looking to do the same.

Army researchers explore benefits of immersive technology for soldiers

The emergence of next generation virtual and augmented reality devices like the Oculus Rift and Microsoft HoloLens has increased interest in using mixed reality to simulate training, enhance command and control, and improve the effectiveness of warfighters on the battlefield.? However, there is currently little evidence in the scientific literature that using immersive technology provides any measurable benefits, such as increased task engagement or improved decision accuracy.?

Protecting against Brexit disruption

Anglia Components is offering users of its Anglia 80/20 inventory management system the opportunity to hold increased levels of inventory at no cost, ahead of any potential Brexit disruption.

Performing computational logic with light

For the first time, researchers performed logic operations - the basis of computation - with a chemical device using electric fields and ultraviolet light, which may lead the way to low-power, high-performance computer chips.

CPI supporting LiNaMan project

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is working alongside LiNa Energy and Lancaster University, in the development of a robust, low-cost and high performance energy storage battery that is intended to replace existing lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries.

Photonic-based medical device

Imec, the research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technology and Ghent University, together with Medtronic and other CARDIS project partners, have developed a prototype medical device based on silicon photonics.

Aldec unveils latest HES-DVM release

Aldec, a leader in mixed HDL language simulation and hardware-assisted verification for ASIC and FPGA designs, has unveiled the latest release of HES-DVM, the company’s fully automated and scalable hybrid verification environment for SoC and ASIC designs.

Technique identifies electricity-producing bacteria

Living in extreme conditions requires creative adaptations. For certain species of bacteria that exist in oxygen-deprived environments, this means finding a way to breathe that doesn't involve oxygen. These hardy microbes, which can be found deep within mines, at the bottom of lakes, and even in the human gut, have evolved a unique form of breathing that involves excreting and pumping out electrons. In other words, these microbes can actually produce electricity.

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