The number of patents filed at the European Patent Office by UK companies rose by 4.8 per cent in 2014 to 6,823.
Lockheed Martin has deployed a 30kW fibre laser weapon to disable the engine of a truck.
Researchers aim to penetrate the international catheter market with Uroglide, a pharmaceutical product that has received support from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
A university urinal is being used to test the effectiveness of urine-powered microbial fuel cells.
VTT has developed a large-surface light-emitting plastic film based on OLED technology that can be fabricated using gravure and screen-printing methods.
A blend of conjugated polymers could one day make solar power lighter, cheaper and more efficient, claim researchers in the US.
Forgotten pin numbers and passwords will no longer hinder access to mobile phones thanks to iris recognition technology developed by Fujitsu.
Custom-built 3D parts could become a viable option for radiology treatments, claim researchers in the US.
IMI Precision Engineering was recognised at the National Undergraduate Employability Awards for the responsibility it offers students across the energy, medical and manufacturing industries.
Scientists are developing mobile robotic systems with situational awareness for use in sectors including space, defence and agriculture.
Researchers in Australia have developed a drone that talks with air traffic controllers.
A giant 3D printer capable of producing moulds up to the size of a phone box will allow architects to bring their creativity to life through the creation of freeform concrete designs.
A technology best known for animating characters in games and films is now changing how human movement is studied in research and industry.
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.
Britain needs to rethink its plans for the existing rail network if HS2 is to deliver maximum benefit for the country’s northern cities, the project’s new chairman said yesterday.