Ania Servant from the National Graphene Institute outlines the latest progress on commercialising graphene
David Downs, engineering director of the aircraft carrier alliance, describes the engineering challenges of building Britain’s largest ever warships
Chief Executive of the Proving Factory Richard Bruges explains how the organisation is helping innovative UK technology firms scale and become manufacturers in their own right
Ian Costello, deputy engineering manager for Airbus Defence & Space, talks about the role that engineers played in the Rosetta mission’s audacious attempt to land a probe on a comet
Andy Bowyer, commercial director of Magna Parva, offers some advice on how SMEs can work effectively with OEMs
An unmanned aerial vehicle made from 3D printed parts has successfully launched from the bow of the Royal Navy’s HMS Mersey before landing safely on a beach in Dorset.
Adding dexterity to so-called needlescopic surgery, a 2mm wrist component will make robotic sugery in the head, face and neck possible
A man with age related macular degeneration has become the first person with the condition to receive an implant to restore his sight.
Novel technology that combines hydraulics with electronics to reduce the cost of offshore wind energy has won the MacRobert Award, the Royal Academy of Engineering’s most prestigious prize.
A European consortium including Volkswagen and Bosch has demonstrated a self-parking system that enables an electric vehicle to autonomously find its way to a charging-enabled parking space