Rolls-Royce is to lead a new €6.6 million project that could help pave the way for autonomous ships.
Using 3D printing helped researchers understand the unusual square cross-section of a seahorse’s tail and suggested uses ranging from armoured robots to medical devices
The oil and gas industry is the most lucrative sector for junior engineers, according to the results of The Engineer’s 2015 salary survey.
A new breed of robots is emerging that could help labour-intensive industries to cut costs and boost efficiency.
Oil and gas has long been a male-dominated industry. But things are beginning to change, and one of the companies helping to lead the way is one of the biggest firms in the sector: Shell.
Skills & Careers
Richard Kirk speaks about his role at the Institution of Civil Engineers, the skills gap and how students can get a step ahead of the competition.
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While the Airports Commission’s report was hoped to bring to an end the uncertainty over airport expansion in the Southeast, it seems the opposite is true.
Ahead of the British Grand Prix, we look at the engineering benefits that motorsport delivers to the real world.
Viewpoint Chris Elsworthy, chief executive of CEL and creator of the Robox 3D printer, on how 3D printing can inspire the engineers and innovators of tomorrow
Rob Rickell is at the helm of a company that has grown into an automotive business supplying complete all-wheel drives
The horologist who designed the clock of the Palace of Westminster was a formidable, combative personality but well-respected for his ingenuity and skill