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Researchers in the US have created a new honeycomb-like structure designed to withstand heavy impacts.
A soft robotics system has shown the ability to mimic patterns used by squid to distract prey
A robot developed by a team of Korean researchers has won first prize in the DARPA (US Defence Advanced Research Project Agency) robotics challenge, which was held this weekend in California.
Researchers at BBC digital are investigating the use of technology that allows users to control their TV sets with their own brainwaves
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has announced the launch of a new robotics network that aims to foster academic and industry collaboration.
Xerox is developing a new Near Field Communication (NFC) ticketless payment solution, designed to provide access to public transport systems all over the world using a single smartphone app.
A device that models the flow of nutrients and waste and between a mother and her foetus could shed new light on the role the placenta plays in pregnancy
Sample analysis technique holds out hope for determining whether surgery has removed all cancerous tissue with no need for an external laboratory test
A team of biomedical engineers from Tufts University has been printing with silk inks containing biomolecular elements that could have a wide range of medical applications.
Rail & Marine
Quieter, faster freight trains that cut damage to tracks by up to a half could one day be used to transport goods throughout the EU, thanks to work by the University of Huddersfield’s Institute of Railway Research (IRR).
SpaceX has announced that it will host a competition to design and build half-scale pods for Hyperloop, the supersonic rail transport system conceived by the company’s founder, Elon Musk.
After almost three years of continuous excavation Crossrail’s 26 miles of tunnels are now complete