Danish spin-out works with Zeiss to bring sybchrotron capability to the materials lab
Swedish energy company Vattenfall has scrapped a planned 69 MW wind project in Lincolnshire, after government subsidy cuts “introduced increased risk in the process”.
In this week’s video, Sam Ashworth from BAE Systems explains how advanced new masking tape will help save the defence company around £45m in production costs over the next 20 years.
System that uses 3D camera technology receives funding from Sir Bobby Charlton’s charity Find A Better Way.
A panel of female engineers speaks about engineering apprenticeships and what to expect as a woman on the shop floor.
The boxfish’s hexagonal scales fuse together to provide both strength and flexibility.
A new training academy and manufacturing facilities have been announced as part of a £7.5m project by Norton Motorcycles.
Renishaw’s full-year results reveal a record turnover of nearly £495m, record profits, a rock solid balance sheet and cash position.
A failure to consider and protect against human error has been cited as a reason for the in-flight break up of SpaceShipTwo in October 2014.
Five-year research programme concludes better track infrastructure could reduce delays and save millions of pounds.
An optical system developed in the UK could help detect harmful electromagnetic events caused by solar storms
A cash prize of $200,000 is being offered to the innovator who develops an automated blueberry-harvesting machine that can replace manual labour.
If you judge a prospective employer on its investment intentions then prepare to be impressed: in the next financial year Jaguar Land Rover is investing £3.6bn in products and facilities, and its focus on new talent is as keen as ever.
Wind speeds will continue to be below average in many regions of the US this year due to the persistent effects of El Niño, Finland-based forecasting technology provider Vaisala has predicted.
Several European member states including Britain run the risk of missing their 2020 renewable energy targets, according to the latest progress report from the European Commission.
The total volume of global solar power installations could reach 540GW within just five years, more than triple the 178GW of solar capacity that is now installed worldwide, according to findings from trade body SolarPower Europe’s latest Global Market Outlook for Solar Power 2015-2019.
Engineers are using their expertise to help the people of earthquake-hit Nepal.
The US witnessed an 82 per cent surge in wind energy project financing following the release of guidance last year that clarified the qualifying criteria for the wind energy Production Tax Credit.
Alevo has hit the ground running since it emerged from stealth mode in October 2014, with a 700MWh per year production line already under its belt that is due to come online in July this year.
The decline in Brent crude oil prices is unlikely to have a detrimental impact on the bankability of renewable energy projects, claim industry sources.