X-ray development allows 3D studies without synchrotron

31 Jul 2015 | By Stuart Nathan

Danish spin-out works with Zeiss to bring sybchrotron capability to the materials lab

Engineers investigating ballast migration.

​EPSRC-funded research points to current and future rail improvements

29 Jul 2015

Five-year research programme concludes better track infrastructure could reduce delays and save millions of pounds.


BRE in Hertfordshire is taking part in IET's Engineering Open House series of events

EEF calls for targeted support for manufacturing export, innovation and investment

27 Jul 2015 | By Jason Ford

Manufacturing is enjoying the fruits of economic recovery, but concerns remain over skills and investment


Continuing airport uncertainty is the worst possible outcome

1 Jul 2015

While the Airports Commission’s report was hoped to bring to an end the uncertainty over airport expansion in the Southeast, it seems the opposite is true.



This week in 1884: Excavating the Panama Canal

17 Jul 2013 | By Stephen Harris

The Engineer’s report on the machines used to create one of the modern engineering wonders of the world included hints at some of the terrible troubles it would go on to face.


This week in 1883: Opening of the Brooklyn Bridge, New York

29 May 2013 | By Stephen Harris

The Engineer gave a detailed report of both the engineering behind the bridge that began the architectural transformation of New York and the tragic circumstances of its construction.

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