Look familiar? Chinese wave power device is suspiciously similar to a Scottish machine made at factory where laptops were stolen after visit by Beijing officials five years ago

The unveiling of a Chinese wave power device has prompted suspicion of foul play after it appeared strikingly similar to a model produced at a Scottish factory which fell victim to an unsolved burglary.
The Chinese government visited a Scottish renewable energy manufacturer in 2011 after expressing an interest in their innovative new prototype product which used ocean waves to create electricity.
Two months later, the plant suffered a burglary where laptops were stolen after the culprits scaled a perimeter fence.
But suspicions were aroused when the burglar or burglars headed straight for... read more

11 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 46
Source: Daily Mail

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