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The German nuclear programme of World War Two (Part 2)

  During early April 1939, Dr. Paul Harteck, a German physical chemist at the University of Hamburg, wrote one of the most important letters of that year [11]. Addressed to the Ministry of War, it was to result in a nuclear programme to develop the military applications of nuclear fission being formally established by the […]

Trends from the automation capital

  The buzzwords at this year’s SPS IPC Drives Exhibition in Germany were “energy” and “data”. Economic pressures, environmental consciousness and regulations have influenced product and service designs, and shifted the focus to technology optimisation. Automation trade fairs and conferences are good indicators of shifting trends in the market, and the SPS IPC Drives Exhibition […]