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Studying Solar Cells with the ModuLab XM PhotoEchem

Blue Scientific 6 Jul 2016

The Solartron ModuLab XM PhotoEchem is an electrochemical test system designed specifically for testing solar cells, including DSSCs (Dye Sensitised Solar Cells) and Perovskite solar cells.

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Jonah Energy Reduces Emissions & Saves Money Through Regular OGI Surveys weblink

FLIR Systems 23 Jun 2016

FLIR Systems has published a new paper which describes the substantial financial, operational and safety benefits that Jonah Energy (Sublette County, WY, USA) has achieved using FLIR GF320 Optical Gas Imaging Camera’s (OGI) to inspect their facilities for gas leaks.

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Physics World May 2016

IOP Publishing 29 Apr 2016

Zombie physics: When statistical analysis meets the undead

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Physics World April 2016

IOP Publishing 1 Apr 2016

Big daddies: The power of Rydberg atoms

iCS2 Hardware

iseg Communication Server 2 - next level control weblink

iseg Spezialelektronik GmbH 21 Mar 2016

Together with the announcement of the new MMS - Crate Controller Series CC2x and the hardware control box iCSmini2, iseg now releases the new version of the embedded server hardware and operating system. This brings unified control and configuration ability to almost every iseg power supply hardware. 

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Physics World March 2016

IOP Publishing 1 Mar 2016

Physics for all: Building a more inclusive discipline

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Physics World February 2016

IOP Publishing 1 Feb 2016

Bodily functions: The new science of network physiology

Dnv

Breaking EWEA 2015 News

ZephIR Lidar 23 Nov 2015

DNV GL signs framework deal demonstrating IEC compliance of ZephIR 300 wind lidar as adoption becomes standardised

Magma

Remnants of an ancient magma ocean in the deep Earth revealed

ESRF 4 Nov 2015

Scientists have revealed that silicate magmas, mainly composed of MgSiO3 are denser than the rocks of the lowermost mantle.

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Physics World November 2015

IOP Publishing 30 Oct 2015

Extremes in physics: Toughest lifeforms, strongest magnets, blackest materials

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Flir systems 65x72

Jonah Energy Reduces Emissions & Saves Money Through Regular OGI Surveys weblink

FLIR Systems 23 Jun 2016

FLIR Systems has published a new paper which describes the substantial financial, operational and safety benefits that Jonah Energy (Sublette County, WY, USA) has achieved using FLIR GF320 Optical Gas Imaging Camera’s (OGI) to inspect their facilities for gas leaks.

2009525 iop 65x72

Physics World May 2016

IOP Publishing 29 Apr 2016

Zombie physics: When statistical analysis meets the undead

Iop 65x72

Physics World April 2016

IOP Publishing 1 Apr 2016

Big daddies: The power of Rydberg atoms

Pwmar16cover

Physics World March 2016

IOP Publishing 1 Mar 2016

Physics for all: Building a more inclusive discipline

Pwfeb16cover

Physics World February 2016

IOP Publishing 1 Feb 2016

Bodily functions: The new science of network physiology

Dnv

Breaking EWEA 2015 News

ZephIR Lidar 23 Nov 2015

DNV GL signs framework deal demonstrating IEC compliance of ZephIR 300 wind lidar as adoption becomes standardised

Magma

Remnants of an ancient magma ocean in the deep Earth revealed

ESRF 4 Nov 2015

Scientists have revealed that silicate magmas, mainly composed of MgSiO3 are denser than the rocks of the lowermost mantle.

Pwnov15cover 500

Physics World November 2015

IOP Publishing 30 Oct 2015

Extremes in physics: Toughest lifeforms, strongest magnets, blackest materials

Is freshwater supply more dependent on good governance than geography?

IOP Publishing 27 Oct 2015

Scientists have analysed 19 different characteristics critical to water supply management in 119 low per capita income countries and found that vulnerability is pervasive and commonly arises from relatively weak institutional controls.

Spring to come three weeks earlier to the United States

IOP Publishing 26 Oct 2015

Scientists have projected that the onset of spring plant growth will shift by a median of three weeks earlier over the next century, as a result of rising global temperatures.

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