An upgrade programme at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) is set to lead to an increased understanding of materials and living matter.
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have joined forces with the US Department of Agriculture Forest Products Laboratory to develop a semiconductor chip made almost entirely of wood.
Acoustic vortices spin microparticles for ’sonic screwdriver’ that could purify water and sort cells.
Siemens and Airbus are on a mission to introduce hybrid aircraft that can carry up to 90 passengers by 2035.
Helen Knight talks to GE Oil & Gas subsea specialist Federica Noera about how new materials technologies are helping the firm address the challenges facing the sector
Skills & Careers
Dutch research organisation TNO helps to make vehicles safer and cleaner by allowing cars to communicate with each other, by preventing collisions between cars and cyclists and by optimising fuel combustion
A group proposing the UK’s first new university in 30 years believes it’s time for a revolution in the way we teach engineering
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.
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The Prime Minister has embarked on his effort to renegotiate the UK’s relationship with the European Union ahead of an in-out referendum, What aspects of the current relationship most need reform, from the point of view of engineering and manufacturing?
From the Rosetta mission and the UK’s new aircraft carriers to Industry 4.0 and the rise of reshoring, The Engineer Conference 2015 - which opens its doors on 2nd June - boasts an unmissable mix of inspiring projects and industry big hitters.
The Balance of Payments used to dominate political debate, but it’s been mentioned only rarely since the early 1980s. David Falzani looks at the effects of global flows and uses of capital.
Rob Rickell is at the helm of a company that has grown into an automotive business supplying complete all-wheel drives
The horologist who designed the clock of the Palace of Westminster was a formidable, combative personality but well-respected for his ingenuity and skill