Driverless cars could improve road safety and benefit the economy, but government must draw up clear plans for how they will be regulated, an influential group of MPs has claimed.
Lockheed Martin has deployed a 30kW fibre laser weapon to disable the engine of a truck.
A university urinal is being used to test the effectiveness of urine-powered microbial fuel cells.
Experts answer your questions on the emerging field of 3D bioprinting.
The hybrid power unit used by Mercedes in the 2014 F1 season has been hailed as one of the most efficient gasoline powertrains ever produced. Helen Knight explains why.
Skills & Careers
Five students are being offered a spot on the Infiniti Performance Engineering Academy placement scheme, which includes eight months with the Red Bull Formula One racing team.
With exhibitor bookings around 25% ahead of this time last year, Subcon 2015 is set to be the biggest UK subcontracting show in over 15 years.
FROM: Lockheed laser blasts truck from over a mile away
FROM: Urine powered fuel cells are set to light up refugee camps
The announcements from this year’s Geneva motor show are a reminder that industry’s doors are well and truly open to developers of disruptive technology
The ‘exquisite’ Lisa Pathfinder spacecraft demonstrates how pushing the limits of science in spasce expands the capabilities of engineering on Earth
Peter Dearman has spent almost his entire adult life considering the possibilities of an engine that runs on liquid nitrogen.
Engineers often need help when they make the transition to management positions, says Neil Lewin of Festo Training & Consulting
Our obituary of the remarkable inventor and entrepreneur George Westinghouse doesn’t mention the rivalry for which he’s best-known today