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Scoliosis sufferers could see their lives transformed from new micro-robotics technology developed at Nottingham Trent's Medical Design Research Group.
Four British universities hope their research on micro-robotics will enable businesses and public sector organisations to carry out work in dangerous environments.
Japans' 22-year import ban on British beef and lamb has been overturned, which could net British farmers more £125m over the next five years.
A collaboration between a Peterborough renewable energy firm and the University of Sheffield's AMRC means vaccines can now be transported through some of the hottest climates on Earth.
The business park is part of the UK's Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District (AMID). It is already home to Boeing Sheffield, energy tech firm ITM Power and the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Campus.
The University of Sheffield's AMRC have collaborated with Airbus on a project to automate the delivery of tooling supplies at Airbus' Broughton factory.
UK manufacturing’s tepid adoption of robotics is down to misplaced fear and a lack of
technological literacy. And it’s holding manufacturers back. Harry Wise reports.
The University of Nottingham has opened a £24m Advanced Manufacturing Building (AMB) which it hopes will keep UK manufacturing competitive for future generations.
Manufacturers must learn to adapt to constant change, become more resilient to its effects, and seek the hidden opportunities it offers.
As manufacturers transition into digitally driven business models, they face significant challenges regarding their intellectual property. Dr Frank Tietze offers some strategies to overcome them.