News: UK - R&D project's new technology for electronic products
'InBoard' is a new technology for tracking electronics from manufacturing to end of life.
Thursday, 31st May 2012
A recent TSB collaborative research and development project involving several key UK electronics companies, a recycler and Loughborough University has demonstrated a new technology that enables information about an electronic product to be stored and accessed all the way from the initial printed circuit board manufacturing stage to end of life through to reuse and recycling. Contact Martin Goosey at M.Goosey@lboro.ac.uk if you have interest in developing applications or using the technology. More details about this new technology will be posted up shortly.
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