Thursday, 18 December 2014



New dimensions added to robotic arm controlled by thoughts

17 Dec 2014

A quadriplegic has used thought control to put a robotic arm through a range of complex hand movements, an advance that may restore her natural movement.


Misaligned monolayers stack up for cheaper electronics

15 Dec 2014

Stacking one atom thick materials can create semiconductor junctions that transfer charge more efficiently, regardless of whether the crystalline structure of the materials is mismatched.


Your questions answered: Rosetta and Philae

16 Dec 2014 | By Stuart Nathan

Comet calls: Our panel answers questions on the recent Rosetta mission, which landed a probe on a 4km-wide comet


Bright sparks: electronics industry career guide for graduate engineers

13 Oct 2014 | By Ellie Zolfagharifard

The UK electronics industry is the biggest producer of consumer devices in Europe but also offers a huge variety of careers helping develop everything from medical equipment to spacecraft.




Apprenticeships, infrastructure and innovation

17 Nov 2014 | By Jason Ford

Apprenticeships represent an incredible chance to gain the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the workplace, but are enough people taking the opportunity?

Kathleen Kennedy

May the Force be with the engineers

11 Nov 2014

The chief executive of InnovateUK confesses to his fear of Darth Vader and praises the efforts of engineers in the UK’s world-leading special effects industry.


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