Britain demands electric power


A just-for-fun edit for Sheffield Doc/Fest mashing up archive clips from ITN Source.

Charts changing attitudes to electrical power and energy using footage from early 20th century to the present day. Continue reading

Neutrons for Science

The Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) in Grenoble, France is one of the most successful research centres in the world for materials science and one of Europe’s most longstanding and successful collaborations.

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Silent micropump for medicine

The Technology Partnership (TTP) has designed small noise-free air pumps to allow patients to carry on with daily life rather than staying in bed in hospital. Continue reading

Self-updating LCD shelf labels

ZBD Solutions has developed a special low-power, black and white LCD display that holds an image even when no power is applied. Continue reading

Real-time 3D microscopy

By returning to the very basics of how a microscope forms an image, Aurox have built a very simple instrument to provide affordable 3D imaging for laboratory microscopes.

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