US researchers develop an audible walking navigation aid for people with field of vision impairment, based on time-to-collision
Researchers in the US have developed what is claimed to be the first fully implantable micropacemaker for use in a foetus.
Development of the next generation of long lasting membranes is underway, thanks to a £4.6m EPSRC research grant.
Over the next decade, almost a thousand North Sea oil wells will be decommissioned. Stuart Nathan explores the technical challenges involved
Big firms offer prestige – and top starting salaries – but small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can often give you a much broader engineering experience.
Skills & Careers
The National Engineering & Construction Recruitment Exhibition on 24 & 25 April 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham, offers a great opportunity to meet recruiters from the industry’s top employers.
FROM: Why diversity (and disagreement) are key for success
FROM: Power to the people
From the Rosetta comet-landing mission and the UK’s largest ever warship to Industry 4.0 and the rise of reshoring, The Engineer Conference 2015 boasts an unmissable mix of inspiring projects and industry big hitters.
Top cat: The RNLI’s former chief engineer has joined specialist vehicle manufacturer Supacat at an exciting time.
Toyota’s offer of free fuel-cell-related patents is good news for everyone in the automotive sector, says James Batchelor
Our obituary of the remarkable inventor and entrepreneur George Westinghouse doesn’t mention the rivalry for which he’s best-known today