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Low-emission auto-ranging laboratory power supply

Devices feature a highly isolated structure minimising emissions and ensuring strong reliability for manufacturing and engineering applications



Healthcare: designing products that meet specific industry requirements

Anthony Robinson looks at the way customer needs impact device design and the innovation required



Compact high-voltage power

Helps researchers seeking to develop highly miniaturised scientific equipment, such as mass spectrometers



The internet of vulnerable things

As the healthcare industry adopts the Internet of Things, cybersecurity of electronics will become a key issue. Rob Phillips highlights the importance of considering the security of the hardware itself



Small area solar simulators for PV cell researchers

Oriel Instruments’ new series of LCS-100 solar simulators has been designed for PV cell researchers requiring the performance of a certified system over a small area of illumination.



Discovery could lead to enhanced electronics

Nanoscience has the potential to play an enormous role in enhancing a range of products, including sensors, photovoltaics and consumer electronics.



High precision laboratory balances have redesigned electronics

Adam Equipment has introduced several new products to its range of weighing instruments. The company now offers a range of high precision laboratory balances ­ the AEA analytical and AEP top loading units ­ as well as the QT portable laboratory balances.



New graphene-based material could revolutionise electronics industry

The most transparent, lightweight and flexible material ever for conducting electricity has been invented by a team from the University of Exeter. Called GraphExeter, the material could revolutionise the creation of wearable electronic devices, such as clothing containing computers, phones and MP3 players.



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