Researchers have invented a way to use standard smartphones to provide accurate measurements of 3D models made using the phone’s camera
An international research team have demonstrated “nanoneedles” that could be used to help damaged organs and nerves to repair themselves
US researchers develop an audible walking navigation aid for people with field of vision impairment, based on time-to-collision
Researchers believe a novel DNA-peptide structure can be used to produce thin, flexible screens that could lead to roll-up electronic displays.
Researchers in the US have developed what is claimed to be the first fully implantable micropacemaker for use in a foetus.
Development of the next generation of long lasting membranes is underway, thanks to a £4.6m EPSRC research grant.
The London Taxi Company’s Chinese owner has announced a £250m investment to develop and build vehicles at the company’s historic home base
Connected and autonomous vehicles will help generate 320,000 jobs in the UK and deliver £51bn to the economy, claims a new report.
An advanced driving simulator that will enable engineers to test any make of car is to be developed by a team at WMG.
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.
Naturally-occurring yeast strains could be key to turning agricultural waste into biofuels.
The Advanced Metal Casting Centre has secured funding for the second phase of its attempt to bring casting research to the factory floor.
A gravity-powered light designed to replace the kerosene lamps used widely in the developing world has won £150,000 funding from Shell.
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.
Lockheed Martin’s Revolutionary Technology team admits its new fusion reactor is at a very early stage, but sets out the reasons it is optimistic
Bloodhound’s newly unveiled cockpit was custom-designed by the driver who will make the 1000mph record attempt.