Your chance to ask the UK team behind plans for the world’s largest telescope how they’re going to build it.
Europe’s plans to send a satellite and rover to Mars are a step closer to fruition following the contract signing for the final construction phase.
The medical technology sector needs better ways of demonstrating the safety, effectiveness and performance of its products, says a new report.
The final section of the UK’s first new aircraft carrier in 30 years, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has left its shipyard.
Self-assembly is finding applications in everything from space to medical implants.
Thorium reactors, based on technology abandoned around the time of the Cold War, could provide an alternative to large nuclear reactors fuelled by solid uranium. They have many potential advantages, but the technical hurdles could also be considerable.
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Like directed energy weapons; gesture controlled computers; bionic limbs; and wearable computing, the autonomous vehicle is yet another staple of science fiction that’s edging ever closer to reality.
It’s Paris Air Show week and the traditional Airbus-Boeing competition has kicked off following the maiden test flight of the A350 last week. But more futuristic innovations are also on display.
Michael Ashcroft of the Carbon Trust calls for more research into negative emissions technologies, which would remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
With aircraft demand increasing and a constant push for innovation, Airbus UK’s Engineering Director has his work cut out. Stuart Nathan reports