Future aircraft could have “smart skin” that enables them to instantly detect damage, if research by BAE Systems comes to fruition.
British firm Mabey Bridge has won the contract to build the main part of the UK’s new prototype T-shaped pylons.
From the point of view of engineering and industry, would it be a good thing or a bad thing for Scotland to vote for independence?
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.
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FROM: Is there a business case for Scottish independence?
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?
Comparisons with Formula One are useless and misleading; Formula E is something new, designed for its setting
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
Phil Skipper, Head of M2M Business Development, Vodafone Group explains how machine-to-machine (M2M) technology, a component of the ‘internet of things’, can help smaller companies to compete