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
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
Driverless vehicle technology promises to make the roads safer and the UK richer, but whilst the technology roadmap is clear, the concept still poses more questions than it answers
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
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.
This week’s video explains how Bosch’s new Active Parking Lot Management could help diminish the horror of city-centre parking.
The vehicle that will make Britain’s next attempt on the world land speed record has been revealed today in London.