Scheduled for launch this Wednesday the European Space Agency’s IXV could represent the first step towards a European version of NASA’s shuttle programme
Engineers have made huge progress on the construction of Chernobyl’s New Safe Confinement, an immense shield that will replace the infamous reactor’s crumbling sarcophagus
Technology developed to cool patients in cardiac arrest has been incorporated in to a new suit designed to protect aid workers from the Ebola virus.
The inventor of a new personal submarine set to launch next week is hoping to create a new niche market for would-be adventurers who have no professional training in underwater navigation.
The Engineer paid a visit to the Bristol Interaction and Graphics lab to play with some experimental ways of controlling computers.
A report published today suggests that the government has not made a convincing case for HS2 in relation to capacity, cost and rebalancing the economy.
Taking optical diagnostics to communities in developing regions can help prevent development of conditions that lead to blindness, with a little help from astronomy
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development looks back on the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster of 1986 and subsequent efforts to make the site safe.
A US start-up is applying tuneable photochemistry to fabricate 3D parts in liquids, a development claimed to represent a fundamentally new approach to 3D printing.
Technology that harvests blast furnace waste and converts it into an ingredient for cement is being trialled for commercialisation in China.