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10th January 2019

VR thrill rides need more than technology to sell them

If creators don’t get virtual reality right for thrill rides the concept of VR as entertainment could be set back years; mirroring its habit of riding waves of popularity before falling into obscurity over the past two decades.

10th January 2019

Data analytics for safer air space

Imagine being able to predict an inexperienced pilot’s erratic flight path in real time.

20th December 2018

Prawn shells from waste to wonder wound healer

The stinkiest waste item ever – prawn, crab and lobster shells – could soon be made into an anti-microbial wound cover to combat superbugs and help faster healing with less scarring, and potentially a haemostatic bandage that rapidly stops bleeding.

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