Kratos Buys nScrypt Multi-Axis 3D Manufacturing System

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Kratos Buys nScrypt Multi-Axis 3D Manufacturing SystemnScrypt, Inc. announced that Kratos SRE, Inc. has purchased an nScrypt 3Dx-700 3D manufacturing system.nScrypt, Inc. announced that Kratos SRE, Inc. has purchased an nScrypt 3Dx-700 3D manufacturing system.http://www.microwavejournal.com/rss/topic/3369-industry-newsIndustry Newshttps://www.microwavejournal.com/articles/38698-kratos-buys-nscrypt-multi-axis-3d-manufacturing-systemPowered by WPeMatico

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More than a machine: the rise of dual-purpose robots

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More than a machine: the rise of dual-purpose robots There’s an old saying that necessity is the mother of invention. Whilst the past two years have certainly forced business to be adaptable, the changes we’ve seen in robotics have been centred as much around diversification as they have on pure invention. Business managers enlisted robots […]

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UK shortlists 20 carbon capture projects for funding round

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UK shortlists 20 carbon capture projects for funding round As part of the carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) cluster process, the projects represent a range of technologies that will capture carbon emissions, preventing them being released into the atmosphere. The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy said that carbon capture technologies offer “enormous […]

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Online Safety Bill ‘not fit for purpose’, IT experts say

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Online Safety Bill ‘not fit for purpose’, IT experts say In a new poll conducted by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, some 46 per cent said the bill was not workable with only 14 per cent of tech professionals believing the legislation was ‘fit for purpose’. The Online Safety Bill would put a duty […]

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HOD on tight – hidden creativity is coming out this September

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HOD on tight – hidden creativity is coming out this September European Open Days take place across 50 countries and include Heritage Open Days in England and, with slightly perverse naming, Doors Open Days in Scotland and Open Doors Days in Wales. Taking place September 9-18 2022, the English events have a theme this year of […]

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Ethiopia completes third filling of controversial Blue Nile mega-dam

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Ethiopia completes third filling of controversial Blue Nile mega-dam Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has confirmed the country has completed the third filling of its mega-dam reservoir on the Blue Nile.  The statement follows shortly after the announcement that the dam’s second turbine had begun producing electricity. The decision was made in spite of Egypt […]

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Summer STEM Challenge: Sailing down a wire in the air

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Summer STEM Challenge: Sailing down a wire in the air STEM Challenge #58: Cable yachts Sun sparkling on a blue sea, waves lapping on the shore, and triangles of white sailing across the scene. It’s lovely! But… you’ve had an hour or two to admire it and you want something else to do. Why not […]

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NHS IT supplier suffers severe ransomware attack

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NHS IT supplier suffers severe ransomware attack NHS 111 call handlers service have been left “working on paper” after the failure of IT systems, according to a letter from NHS England to London GPs seen by industry magazine Pulse. The attack had wide-ranging implications, affecting the system used to dispatch ambulances, book out-of-hours appointments and […]

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