Investigatory work is about to begin in South Wales for what could become the world’s first purpose-built tidal energy lagoon.
Engineers have used a pattern of nanoantennas to develop a new way of turning infrared light into mechanical action, a development that could lead to more sensitive infrared cameras.
Waterproof fabrics that control and improve the way sweat wicks away from the body are under development by US researchers using microfluidic engineering.
A new strategy for nuclear R&D could restore the UK to a leading position in developing technology for fisson and fusion
The goal of re-establishing a substantial and exportable UK civil nuclear industry came a step closer yesterday as British companies were placed at the heart of a deal to build up to six new power stations.