A tiny injectable sensor could help could help doctors spot life-threatening bladder problems without using a catheter.
Flexible electronic devices could become easier to manufacture thanks to a novel component developed at Surrey University, researchers claim.
Researchers have developed a new technique that uses existing technology to allow natural resource managers to collect more information on water quality.
Silk protein derived from silkworm cocoons is being used to developed surgical plates and screws for use in the treatment of broken bones.
The proposed Thames Tideway Tunnel aims to keep London clean and healthy well into the 22nd century. Stuart Nathan reports
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Some manufacturers might have moved production back to the UK but we mustn’t lose sight of the challenges still facing industry.
While apprenticeships seem to be doing well across the UK, it’s important that the engineering sector doesn’t become complacent
Action must be taken to ensure the UK’s immigration policy aligns with its economic requirements to support engineering growth, argues Sir William Wakeham