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
The former BP boss talks to Stephen Harris about fracking, fossil fuels and the business case for diversity
Charles (Chuck) W Hull, co-founder and chief technology officer of 3D Systems, talks to The Engineer about how he invented the stereolithography process
The technology chief at the world’s biggest defence firm talks to us about laser weapons, unmanned systems, quantum computing and the future of manufacturing
Domestic and commercial building technology can help to save the planet - argues one of Bosch’s top engineers - but only if it’s nice to use. Jon Excell report
Prof Stuart Parkin is used to being honoured by his peers but in May 2014 he found himself in receipt of one of the world’s most prestigious accolades for achievements in science.
General Electric’s head of energy conversion explains how renewables are coming closer to achieving parity with levels of energy generated from fossil fuels.
Inspired to pursue a career in space by the late Prof Colin Pillinger’s Beagle II mission, Abbie Hutty is now developing the rover for the European Space Agency’s upcoming ExoMars mission
McLaren’s executive director of Special Operations unveils the thinking behind the company’s hybrid P1 supercar. Stuart Nathan reports
One of the UK’s most eminent engineers explains why the Queen Elizabeth Prize is just one of the elements needed to raise the professsion’s status.