EM-Sense prototype from Disney uses electro-magnetic signals conducted through the body to identify different items.
In this fascinating TED talk, designer and architect Neri Oxman - an associate professor at MIT - provides an intriguing glimpse of how additive manufacturing technology is enabling replication of structures hitherto only found in nature
This week’s video comes from EPFL in Switzerland where quadcopters have worked together autonomously to build a weight-bearing rope bridge.
A competition to identify the oldest operational valve made by Moog is part of the company’s 50th anniversary celebrations, while Bloodhound SSC is set to make its long-awaited public debut in London.
Ania Servant from the National Graphene Institute outlines the latest progress on commercialising graphene
An unsettled night’s sleep led our news editor to wonder whether the best uses are being found for advanced acoustics technologies
New Shephard space vehicle flew to just over 100km, before returning safely to land back at its West Texas launch site.
This week’s video comes from the US where Aurora Flight Sciences and Stratasys have teamed up to build the world’s first jet-powered, 3D printed aircraft.
US automotive technology firm Local Motors has announced plans to begin selling the world’s first commercially available 3D printed car later this year.
The focus is on the engineers of the future this week, with issues of careers, training and education to the fore