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Monitoring Wildlife from Space Using CubeSats

In the industry | 13th September 2018

The Biodiversity Issue Figures differ significantly, but it is generally thought that between 300 and 850 animal species (including insects, birds, fish, mammals, reptiles, etc.) b...

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Securing Future Engineering Talent via Modern Apprenticeship Programmes

In the industry | 29th August 2018

In the media furore that surrounded the last budget, it was pointed out many times that UK productivity is currently far from being what it should be. In fact, overall it trails behind what most other...

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The difference between THT and SMT

Training | 9th August 2018

Traditionally, through hole technology (THT) was used to construct the vast majority of PCBs. Over recent years, however, the use of surface mounted technology (SMT) has grown in popularity and is inc...

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Shell Eco-Marathon puts Ultra-Energy-Efficient Student Team Vehicles to the Test

In the industry | 19th July 2018

Earlier this month we were lucky enough to attend the Shell Eco-Marathon – which was held at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Friday 6th July. This annual event attracts over 1,200 stu...

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3 Trends That Will Define Industrial IoT

In the industry | 29th June 2018

I recently attended the Hardware Pioneers IoT showcase in London, an extremely popular annual event that serves as a valuable platform via which aspirin...

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Why More Girls Should Choose a Career in Electronics

Life at Harwin | 21st June 2018

It’s International Women in Engineering Day on June 23rd which is a global awareness campaign to raise the profile of women in engineering. There ar...

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What is a PCB Connector?

Training | 12th April 2018

A ‘PCB’ or Printed Circuit Board connects electrical components on a conductive track or between pads on the board. Some devices hold more than one PCB and will utilise a variety of equipment to b...

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Space Junk: Clearing a path through the maelstrom

In the industry | 20th March 2018

The existence of thousands of tonnes of floating space junk orbiting Earth is a growing problem for space agencies and research organisations such as NASA, ISRO and ESA. Now ...

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Designing Unmanned Military Vehicles to Ensure Soldier Safety

In the industry | 24th January 2018

Keeping military personnel out of danger is challenging for today’s defence forces. Many of the threats they face are ad-hoc, improvised and unpredictable. The utilisation of unmanned aerial vehicle...

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Year in Review: 2017

News from Harwin | 21st December 2017

Where did that go?! 2017 seems to have disappeared in a blink of an eye and suddenly I’m surrounded by tinsel and Mariah Carey, again! What a year we’ve had though, now that we’re wrapping up...

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