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Over five days last week, Hannover Messe served as a global hub for every sector and technology involved in the digitisation of industry. The Manufacturer recaps the highlights.
The UK's newest fusion reactor, ST40, was switched on last week, and has already managed to achieve 'first plasma'.
German automaker Daimler AG has this week announced plans to scale back its development of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs).
A new aerospace startup called Wright Electric has announced plans to build commercially viable electric passenger planes within the next decade.
Recent forecasts (Hatch Consulting Group) estimate that global demand for steel could grow by a third – nearly 500m tons – by 2030, mainly driven by construction, infrastructure, automotive, energy and capital goods. So why do we hear so much negative news about this vital industry, and how can it return to profitability?
A Rutgers University researcher has developed a new method which could help store radioactive nuclear waste for millions of years by turning it into glass.
Manufacturing has been earmarked by the World Economic Forum and the European Union as a major driver of increased employment opportunities, reduced carbon emissions and better educational prospects for young people. This huge ambition largely rests on the advent of the smart factory and the rollout of Industry 4.0, which will make manufacturing more affordable in high-wage countries.
Researchers at Harvard University in the United States have made a key advancement in battery technology which could allow the devices to last for years with maintenance.
New projects around the world are bringing us ever closer to the dream of achieving commercially viable fusion power.
New information out of China indicates that the country has, over the last year, doubled its solar energy capacity.