Q-carbon is distinct from graphite and diamond, and has unusual properties such as being ferromagnetic.
The UK government’s latest defence review has included the announcement of increased spending on aircraft and special forces units. Meanwhile, the latest HM Treasury Autumn Statement was expected to include deep cuts which might hit health, industry and science. Which of these statements is closest to your feelings?
NASA’s efforts to send astronauts to Mars have advanced with the structural test model for Orion’s service module being delivered for testing.
ROBORACE will feature driverless electric cars, and will form part of the support package for the Formula E Championship.
Expert opinions: Women engineers from a range of sectors talk about their key projects and areas of expertise.
Skills & Careers
21-year-old Andrew Beel recently won bronze in CAD mechanical engineering design at the WorldSkills event in Brazil. He spoke to The Student Engineer about the experience.
The UK government has announced that it is to push ahead with plans to force firms with more than 250 employees to disclose information on pay gaps between men and women.
The oil and gas industry is the most lucrative sector for junior engineers, according to the results of The Engineer’s 2015 salary survey.
NECR runs from 27 - 28th November 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham
FROM: David Shemmans, chief executive, Ricardo
FROM: Driverless race series set for 2016 debut
One of the biggest causes of optimism at the current climate talks in Paris is a sense that China - the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases – is finally on-board.
The role that technology can play in addressing climate change will be a key topic at this week’s critical COP21 talks in Paris
Controlled fusion has the potential to be a long-term energy source. David Kingham explains the next steps
Catch the tide: The chief executive of Ricardo has watched the automotive sector come up from the doldrums in the last decade
One of the best-known engineering disasters resulted from a lack of knowledge of materials behaviour and of how the size of the structure would affect how it interacted with the wind