Researchers have found a way to turn rubber bands into cheap, flexible body monitoring sensors by infusing them with graphene.
A hub airport on the inner Thames estuary will not be added to a shortlist of proposals to provide new airport capacity by 2030.
Researchers have used the 200-year-old principles behind self-winding watches to harvest energy from the heart.
Fast work: Sports cars are dominating the niche vehicle sector in the UK. Stuart Nathan reports
With the UK on the brink of an infrastructure renaissance, Julia Pierce looks at why students and graduates should consider a career in civil engineering and the many options open to them.
Skills & Careers
More companies are worried about a shortage of qualified engineers but fewer are offering training, the Institution’s annual skills survey has found.
FROM: Poll: Boris Island
FROM: May 1912: The Titanic Inquiry
The Airports Commission is due to announce whether or not it will take forward plans for an island airport hub in the Thames Estuary.
Unpicking the complex links that unite Scotland with the rest of the United Kingdom would be a painful process. But what might it ultimately mean for industry?
Looking to our rich engineering past could help encourage business innovation today.
Money from nothing: Commercialising technology involves convincing people to invest in something that hasn’t existed before. Stuart Nathan talks to an old hand in the art
Nearly half a century before the world’s first electric domestic washing machine was introduced The Engineer reported on a novel domestic washing machine that employed a strikingly different concept to today’s rotary machines.