Friday, 06 March 2015



Tailored radiology treatments made possible with 3D printed devices

3 Mar 2015

Custom-built 3D parts could become a viable option for radiology treatments, claim researchers in the US.


Home kidney disease monitoring with £10 device

25 Feb 2015 | By Julia Pierce

A new £10 medical device that combines nanotechnology with a pregnancy test-style kit could allow day-to-day monitoring of kidney disease by patients in their own homes.


Robert Langer

A worthy winner of a worthy prize

4 Feb 2015 | By Stuart Nathan

The choice of Professor Robert Langer as the winner of the second Queen Elizabeth Prize will help it assume the prestige it needs to achieve its goal of promoting the many roles of engineers and the benefits they bring to society

Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering winner announcement.

Legion of Honour

2 Feb 2015 | By Jason Ford

This week’s focus is on who will win an array of prestigious awards recognising the people who have made the most significant advancements in engineering


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Plans for new products to generate energy using tidal lagoons in Wales, Somerset and Cumbria have been unveiled. What role can this sort of technology play?