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January/February 2021

eTrucks and eBuses with Permanent Magnet Powertrains Charge into Commercial Vehicle MarketThere’s nothing like an electric automobile for requiring a lot of magnets, except for maybe a wind turbine — or a truck and a […]

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November/December 2020

Paragraf Strides toward Commercializing Graphene-Based Hall Effect Sensors for Highly Precise Magnetic MeasurementBolstered by £16.2 million in investor funding and a new collaboration with CERN, UK-based Paragraf is striding forward to commercialize its breakthrough graphene […]

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September/October 2020

Paramagnetic Sensors from Hummingbird at the Heart of Respiratory Ventilators Battling Covid-19Unseen but close at hand to patients and medical staff battling Covid-19 are tiny, highly sensitive paramagnetic sensors from Hummingbird Sensing Technology that perform […]

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July/August 2020

Norwegian Electric Systems Electrifies Work Ships & Ferries for Rugged Northern SeasDue to the enterprising capabilities of Norwegian Electric Systems, more ferries and commercial vessels are going hybrid-electric and full electric powered by NES propulsion […]

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May/June 2020

Magnetics Technology Flying High, Hot & Cold in Solar Orbiter Mission to the SunMagnetics technology is flying high, hot and cold in the European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter mission to the sun. An extremely sensitive […]

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March/April 2020

Schaeffler Charges into EV Motors Business, Leveraging Acquisition of Elmotec Statomat & Close Ties with AutomakersFollowing on its acquisition of coil winding machinery manufacturer Elmotec Statomat, the company is entering the electric motor manufacturing business […]

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January/February 2020

Revolutionary Ferrite-Magnet Fault Current Limiter Graduates from Testing and Heads to MarketFaultCurrent Limited, a UK-based developer of passive magnetic fault current limiters, is reporting successful results from a recent round of independent tests of its […]