A researcher in the US is capturing wasted mechanical energy to create electricity for mobile devices including sensors and smartphones.
British engineering firms are being called on to propose ideas for innovative technology that could help grow the UK’s nuclear power supply chain.
Researchers in Finland and Sweden have developed a microscopy device that can be used to perform diagnosis at the point-of-care.
UK researchers claim to have produced the world’s first 3D-printed titanium car parts, demonstrating how the metal could become cheap enough for commercial production.
The daily commute on London Underground took on a terrifying new challenge in 1939 when the capital’s subterranean commuters ran the very real risk of being drowned during their journey.
Advanced technology is helping the oil and gas industry exploit the huge reserves to the west of Shetland. Jon Excell reports
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