March 2021 Archive
Hopes Raised as Ship Freed from Suez Canal
After being wedged across the Suez Canal for nearly a week, the stern of one of the world’s largest container ships has been partially freed, raising hopes for billions worth of trade resuming its journey.
How anyone can help to ‘stop the bleed’ and save lives
If you’re a subscriber to our weekly updates you’ll have seen how expert wound care can be traced back to the Roman Empire. In 2021 this approach remains absolutely paramount in the battle to save lives in the event of a catastrophic bleed. No matter how fast the arrival of emergency services to a scene of trauma, bystanders will always be first on the scene.
Load Cells help Amazon unveil its first till-free grocery store in the UK
Doing the weekly grocery shop has never looked more high-tech, following the unveiling of Amazon’s first till-free store in London.
Discover the Reasons Behind Rare Earth Price Increases
Going back to the 1950’s, the availability of ferrite magnets started an amazing development in the world of motors for almost anything that required motion. It was ferrite magnets that enabled your vehicle’s window wipers to operate without you needing to be twisting your wrist back and forth to a cramp.
New anti-terrorism legislation will ensure venues are better prepared
New anti-terrorism legislation, which will require public places and venues to improve security, is the result of a campaign led by the mother of a victim of the Manchester Arena bombing. Justice Secretary, Robert Buckland, said Project Duty should "protect people and be proportionate.” The new legislation is part of ‘Martyn’s Law’, a campaign led by Figen Murray, mother of Martyn Hett who died in the 2017 attack, along with 21 other victims.