Category Archives: National Physical Laboratory

3D Printing Industry review of the year September 2017

September 2017 saw 3D Printing Industry visit the TCT show in Birmingham, UK. This was an opportunity for hardware, materials and software manufacturers to make teaser releases ahead of formnext in November, and it did not disappoint. In September 3D Printing Industry also visited Taiwan to get the first look at the T3D smartphone powered 3D […]

3D Printing Industry review of the year September 2017

September 2017 saw 3D Printing Industry visit the TCT show in Birmingham, UK. This was an opportunity for hardware, materials and software manufacturers to make teaser releases ahead of formnext in November, and it did not disappoint. In September 3D Printing Industry also visited Taiwan to get the first look at the T3D smartphone powered 3D […]

Rolls Royce harnesses 10 billion suns to improve metal additive manufacturing

The quest to optimise metal 3D printing is now moving at light-speed in the UK. At the core of the research is a £260 million facility that has previously helped researchers to read the Dead Sea Scrolls, advance understanding of HIV and unwrap the complex 3D structure of protein receptors. Now the Diamond Light Source in Oxfordshire is helping […]

Visiting the National Physical Laboratory advanced materials showcase

The National Physical Laboratory, based in Teddington, south-west London, is Britain’s national measurement institute and the country’s largest applied physics laboratory. While their main purpose is to manage the MSF time signal and provide the government with expert scientific advice, they also provide scientific skills training to everyone from school leavers to postgraduates, and support […]

Organische Photovoltaik mit Hilfe von 3D-Druck

Bisher war bei Solarenergie Sonnenschein eine kritische Komponente bei der Energieerzeugung. Forscher des National Physical Laboratory (NPL) haben nun aber angekündigt, dass sie eine Technologie entwickelt haben, welche effizienter bei bewölktem Wetter als bisherige Techniken arbeitet. Dr. Fernando Araujo de Castro, Wissenschaftler des National Physical Laboratory in Großbritannien, führt Forschungen im Themenbereich Photovoltaik und organische […]

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