Your chance to put your questions to the UK’s leading experts on additive manufacturing.
New transistor holds promise for low-power, high speed computing
Researchers investigating how to avert cyber-attacks on the UK’s industry and infrastructure are to gain a new home at Imperial College London.
The UK’s first mind-controlled robotic arm has been implanted in a solder who lost his limb in Afghanistan.
The daily commute on London Underground took on a terrifying new challenge in 1939 when the capital’s subterranean commuters ran the very real risk of being drowned during their journey.
Advanced technology is helping the oil and gas industry exploit the huge reserves to the west of Shetland. Jon Excell reports
FROM: UK carbon capture and storage moves on with FEED contract
FROM: Andrew McNaughton, technical director, HS2
Engineers will be at the heart of efforts to defuse the ticking dementia time-bomb.
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Nuclear AMRC chief Mike Tynan on the challenges of securing a stable energy supply for the UK