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The Royal Navy’s latest hunter-killer submarine has successfully completed her maiden dive prior to sea trials in 2015.
Researchers have demonstrated a laser-based imaging system that creates high-definition 3D maps of surfaces at distances of up to 10.5m.
Scientists claim to have developed a new battery that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in two minutes.
Research teams have found solutions to challenges facing the realisation of super powerful quantum computers.
Layers of graphene can be bonded and then deformed to form a material with potential uses in flexible electronic devices.
Engineers are urgently required to help relieve the Ebola crisis in the West African countries of Sierra Leone and Liberia.
This year’s Nobel Prize for Chemistry has gone to three scientists who developed technologies which allow optical microscopes to obtain images of biological structures on the nanometre scale.
Rail & Marine
A fleet of aquatic robots has set sail off southwest England to collect scientific data about ocean processes and marine life.
The inventor of a new personal submarine set to launch next week is hoping to create a new niche market for would-be adventurers who have no professional training in underwater navigation.