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The use of biometrics - our individual physical traits such as fingerprints, irises, faces, vein patterns, voice patterns and heart rhythms - is taking off as a means of providing access that is secure and increasingly convenient too. Applications in banking and financ...

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I first started talking about robo-lleagues – an amalgam of robots and colleagues – in 2010. Their capabilities continue to increase as do the predictions of job losses as robots arrive at new destinations. But, skills shortages and productivity levels also continue to...

01/09/2014

Bioprinting could transform the availability of organ transplants, revolutionise regenerative medicine and speed up drug testing.  Still predominantly in the research phase, bioprinting’s capabilities and successes are growing. 
 

Bioprinting uses a 3D printer to c...

06/07/2010

Quantum mechanics is emerging from obscurity and bringing the potential for radical new solutions in a variety of areas. 

 

Quantum mechanics operates at the atomic and sub-atomic level and obeys rules that are complex and often counter intuitive. A growing wave of r...

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Concrete is the second most used material on the planet after water and its production accounts for over 5% of world carbon emissions.  As the world becomes ever more urban we need to find ways to decarbonise concrete.
 

Concrete production and use has increased about 4...

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