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+ Tokamak Energy turns on the ST40, it’s third reactor in five years + + The reactor will reach 100m degrees in 2018, the temperature required for fusion + + ST40 is the third stage of a five stage plan that will deliver fusion energy into the grid by 2030 + The UK’s newest fusion reactor has been turned on for the first time and has officially achieved first plasma. The reactor aims to produce a record-breaking plasma temperature of 100 million degrees for a privately-funded venture. This is seven times hotter than the centre of the Sun and...

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Ann Kramer and Rob McKean will attend  the 16th annual MIXiii-Biomed conference and exhibition to be held May 23-15 in Tel Aviv, Israel.  The post Mixiii Biomed – Tel Aviv – 23-25 May 2017 appeared first on The Electrospinning Company.

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Quethera will present pre-clinical efficacy data at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) meeting in Baltimore, MD (7th-10 May). ARVO is the biggest eye research meeting in the world and the team will present evidence that the Quethera glaucoma gene therapy construct significantly enhances retinal ganglion cell survival after optic nerve injury. Two poster presentations from the Quethera team will outline the work which led to the design of the novel gene therapy construct and Prof. Keith Martin will deliver an oral presentation in the plenery Neuroprotection session showing the safety and efficacy of the Quethera construct...

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Rugged Process Spectrometer Certified for Hazardous Environments Keit announced today receipt of ATEX and IECEx certification for its rugged IRmadillo™ Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectrometer.  Dan Wood, CEO, stated “The certifications assure our clients that our analytical instrument has been rated for use in hazardous environments including potentially explosive ones. This is a requirement for industries […] The post ATEX & IECEx Certification for Keit’s IRmadillo™ FTIR Spectrometer appeared first on Keit Spectrometers.

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