Researchers aim to penetrate the international catheter market with Uroglide, a pharmaceutical product that has received support from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
VTT has developed a large-surface light-emitting plastic film based on OLED technology that can be fabricated using gravure and screen-printing methods.
A blend of conjugated polymers could one day make solar power lighter, cheaper and more efficient, claim researchers in the US.
Radio frequency identification is helping to pave the way for a new era in creating bespoke products on the assembly line.
The hybrid power unit used by Mercedes in the 2014 F1 season has been hailed as one of the most efficient gasoline powertrains ever produced. Helen Knight explains why.
Skills & Careers
IMI Precision Engineering was recognised at the National Undergraduate Employability Awards for the responsibility if offers students across the energy, medical and manufacturing industries.
With exhibitor bookings around 25% ahead of this time last year, Subcon 2015 is set to be the biggest UK subcontracting show in over 15 years.
FROM: This week's poll: Tidal lagoon power
FROM: When should a manager not be a manager?
The announcements from this year’s Geneva motor show are a reminder that industry’s doors are well and truly open to developers of disruptive technology
Plans for new products to generate energy using tidal lagoons in Wales, Somerset and Cumbria have been unveiled. What role can this sort of technology play?
Peter Dearman has spent almost his entire adult life considering the possibilities of an engine that runs on liquid nitrogen.
Engineers often need help when they make the transition to management positions, says Neil Lewin of Festo Training & Consulting
Our obituary of the remarkable inventor and entrepreneur George Westinghouse doesn’t mention the rivalry for which he’s best-known today