Monday, 22 September 2014



US military funds soft exoskeleton for enhanced soldiers Video

18 Sep 2014

Harvard University’s Wyss Institute has received $2.9m from DARPA to continue development of a lightweight bodysuit to improve wearers’ stamina.


Chinstrap harvests chewing energy for hearing aids

17 Sep 2014

Canadian researchers have developed a device that generates electricity from jaw motion.


Christofer Toumazou

Christofer Toumazou, Regius Professor of medical engineering, Imperial college

19 Aug 2014 | By Stuart Nathan

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

Solar Impulse 2 First outdoor technical tests

Your questions answered: solar-powered flight

19 Jun 2014 | By Stephen Harris

The team behind Solar Impulse answer your questions on the challenges of building and flying an aircraft powered by the sun.



Kids calculate

Our tech-savvy teens need to know more than social media

8 Aug 2014 | By Stephen Harris

Young people’s confidence with technology is a great chance to get them interested in engineering, but we shouldn’t mistake it for true understanding.


Rosetta stone for understanding science application

6 Aug 2014 | By Stuart Nathan

Nobody knows what spin-offs might come from space missions. But as the Rosetta comet-chaser shows, they will come.


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