The Hon Sir Charles Haddon Cave, who led the inquiry into the 2006 RAF Nimrod crash (details below), is one of the keynote speakers at our Fit For Purpose Safety Cases in the Nuclear Industry seminar. Find out more on the events section of our website.
"Existing traffic management problems and issues with the rapidly-developing technology meant the wait for viable, fully-autonomous vehicles will be longer than many people expect." - David Bizley, chief engineer, RAC
'Neuralink is developing a “whole brain interface”, essentially a network of tiny electrodes linked to your brain that the company envisions will allow us to communicate wirelessly with the world. It would enable us to share our thoughts, fears, hopes and anxieties without demeaning ourselves with written or spoken language.'
'The hope is that smartphone apps, websites, virtual-reality and augmented-reality goggles and other modern gadgets can not only help to prevent mental health problems from developing, but also stop them from escalating.' [ Ow.ly Link ]
'The three-wheeled rough terrain wheelchair is reparable locally and doesn’t saddle the user with complications from using an ill-fitting hand-me-down. It helps people re-engage in their community, take up employment and provide for their families. It’s not just a mechanical product.' [ Ow.ly Link ]
'The Florida team is now working on tweaking the material to absorb other wavelengths of light, and suggest that the material could be used on house rooftops to clean the surrounding air and produce energy for the home.' [ Ow.ly Link ]