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The US Navy is demonstrating a development version of a system to launch an autonomous swarm of drones for a variety of missions.
A system designed to verify and mitigate cyber attacks on military assets is being developed by Airbus Group Innovations.
Researchers have created new structures that stretch to up to seven times their length and remain stronger than Kevlar, a development with wide ranging applications in armour plating.
A European team in Cambridge has designed a sensor that can detect the charge on a single electron in the fastest time ever recorded.
A team from Oxford University has created an entirely new class of ultra-thin, ultra-high resolution displays with nanosecond access speed and no power consumption in static mode.
A rare opportunity to quiz the engineers enabling the world’s leading investigation into the nature of the universe
A nanofibre thread designed for use in medical sutures could enter clinical trials later this year in surgery to repair injured shoulders.
Researchers have developed a software program that works with currently available procedures to assist surgeons in determining which vertebra to operate on.
Researchers in Canada have developed a new way to print paper biosensors, an advance that could simplify the diagnosis of many bacterial and respiratory infections.
Rail & Marine
Britain’s hard-pressed oil and gas industry received a boost in Parliament today when George Osborne announced £1.3bn worth of measures to support the industry.