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08/12/2016

Castrol releases two new cutting fluids

Created to support the manufacturing of metal components, Castrol Hysol SL 35 XBB and Castrol Alusol SL 51 XBB cutting fluid technology are claimed to maintain constant pH levels - between 9 and 9.5 - and stable conditions for longer than other standard cutting fluids. This reduces the need to add expensive treatment additives and biocides, as well as safeguarding against costly uncontrolled ...  Read More

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06/12/2016

Low cost carbon fibre breakthrough

While its properties might be considered premium, so too is the price tag associated with carbon fibre production and processing, making the lightweight material out of reach of the mass market. James Bakewell finds out if this is about to change?

Oak Ridge near Knoxville in Tennessee was founded with innovation in mind. In 1941 the city didn't exist, but by 1945 it had a population of ...
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10/10/2016

Autonomous humanoid robot

An autonomous humanoid robot has been developed under a joint project between academia and industry. The open platform robot was developed by The University of Bonn’s Autonomous Intelligent Systems ...  Watch Video

Graphene's potential

Stronger than a diamond yet a million times thinner than a human hair, the properties of ...  Read Blog Entry

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