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.
Researchers have developed a drug-dispensing contact lens designed to deliver latanoprost, a drug used to treat glaucoma.
An unmanned aerial system has been launched successfully from a submerged US Navy submarine.
Technology designed to reduce injuries from running has been developed as part of an EU project.
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
FROM: Sink or swim
FROM: Team prints 'world's first' 3D titanium car components
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