Entrants need to post photos of their bridges to Instagram before October 19.
UK engineers have unveiled technology designed to identify and disable rogue UAVs
A system for implanting electrodes in the brain which do not damage the tissues they are supposed to be studying may help doctors gain better understanding of neurological diseases and disorders
Johns Hopkins study found women living near fracking wells were up to 40 per cent more likely to give birth prematurely.
Xerox’s Vehicle Passenger Detection System boasts upwards of 95 per cent accuracy and could encourage carpooling.
Organisations will collaborate in new areas such as big data and energy storage.
US defence giant Lockheed Martin is to begin manufacturing a new generation of high-powered laser weapons.
This week’s video comes from Lexus, which has commissioned a vehicle that won’t meet Euro NCAP standards and will probably fall apart in the rain.
BMW, Honda and Yamaha are forming a consortium to bring intelligent connectivity to two-wheelers.
Money will be used to train environmental scientists and future engineers how to use autonomous robots for observation.
Technology originally developed to aid communication with robots in space could lead to major improvements in car to car communications back on earth, researchers have claimed.
Cellulose found in plants algae and trees is being used to develop more sustainable capacitor devices.
Lack of human habitation has resulted in elk, deer, wild boar and wolves returning to the area in large numbers.
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.