This work would consider the potential cybersecurity implications for technologies related to virtual worlds in which people connect with each other and digital objects (such as virtual and augmented reality).
- Work on this briefing will commence in February 2024. We will be accepting stakeholder contributions until early April 2024.
- More information on how to contribute to POST research is available in our guidance for contributors.
Stakeholders are exploring the development of a UK hydrogen ‘backbone’, which aims to join industrial clusters around the country and consider how to link existing UK interconnectors with the EU hydrogen backbone. Hydrogen could support flexibility in power generation by providing a means of energy storage and consumption. However, a safe, compact, light and cost-efficient hydrogen storage method has yet to be demonstrated.
This POSTnote would consider the challenges and opportunities of creating a hydrogen transmission backbone for the UK, including the likely benefits and costs that may arise from the current approaches being envisioned.
Work on this briefing will commence in February 2024. We will be accepting stakeholder contributions until early April 2024.
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This POSTnote would provide an overview of the next stage of the evolving mobile communication network, 6G, building on POST’s previous briefings on 5G Technology (2019) and the UK Broadband Infrastructure (2015).
This POSTnote would provide an overview of how semi-conductors work and their applications. It would also include an overview of the semi-conductor supply chain and outline the main organisations that develop and build them.