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UK engineers have unveiled technology designed to identify and disable rogue UAVs
US defence giant Lockheed Martin is to begin manufacturing a new generation of high-powered laser weapons.
An advanced 3D radar system has been installed aboard the Royal Navy’s HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier.
Researchers have measured the behaviour of atoms in dielectric materials exposed to an electric field, a development that will improve the understanding of the ubiquitous substance.
Embedded fibre optic sensors in robotic hands enable much greater sensitivity to pressure and force.
How would a software engineer, a dance teacher and a helicopter pilot set out to help the Third World? In the case of William Weatherholtz from Utah and the rest of his seven-strong team it was through an entry to Inveneo’s ARM Micro-Data Center Design Challenge.
Johns Hopkins study found women living near fracking wells were up to 40 per cent more likely to give birth prematurely.
A system for implanting electrodes in the brain which do not damage the tissues they are supposed to be studying may help doctors gain better understanding of neurological diseases and disorders
The Student Engineer talks with James Roberts, inventor of the multi-award winning MOM inflatable incubator.
Rail & Marine
George Osborne has urged Chinese firms to bid to build HS2, the UK’s proposed new high-speed rail network.
A new £82m rail manufacturing facility has been opened by Hitachi in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham.