Technology with
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a miniaturised version of an illustrative conceptualisation of a jet engine in action, by journalist and science writer, Helen Gavaghan

Flight of fancy,
Helen Gavaghan.

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1. July 13th, 2013. Patents demystified
Does the UK patent regime sound like a system in need of an overhaul?

2. Telecoms UK set for vibrant future
by Helen Gavaghan. April 2012
Telecommunications binds people together. 2012 saw an important international telecoms conference, whilst in the UK business looked to enter or grow with the communications market.

3. A novel crop circle in the Oxfordshire countryside
by Helen Gavaghan. March 2009
Looking like a UFO has landed in Oxfordshire, the Diamond sychrotron research facility is a prestigious piece of science kit for biomedical research and materials analysis. This article is now migrating to a forthcoming eCommerce website,, where it will be for sale.

4. Access to the web for the visually impaired
by Helen Gavaghan. June 2009
With screenreaders the blind can see the world of the web, but there are limitations

5. Satellite operator faces critical months
by Helen Gavaghan. December 2009.
Late in 2009 EUMETSAT battled to save a critical ocean-monitoring space programme. The stakes were high, with international commerce, science and climate-change co-operation on the line. How did the IGO cope? It flew in Europe's science and technology press

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