Saturday, 28 February 2015

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ESA gears up for space taxi launch Video

9 Feb 2015 | By Jason Ford

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

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Chernobyl's giant shield takes shape Video

16 Dec 2014 | By Jon Excell

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

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Protective suit keeps aid workers cool in the fight against Ebola Video

16 Dec 2014

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.

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Easy-to-pilot personal submarine set for launch Video

28 Aug 2014

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.

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Bubble screens and touchless feedback: the future of computer interfaces Video

19 Jun 2014 | By Stephen Harris

The Engineer paid a visit to the Bristol Interaction and Graphics lab to play with some experimental ways of controlling computers.

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Talking drones to improve airspace safety Video

27 Feb 2015

Researchers in Australia have developed a drone that talks with air traffic controllers.

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Wearable motion tracker has multiple applications Video

26 Feb 2015 | By Julia Pierce

A technology best known for animating characters in games and films is now changing how human movement is studied in research and industry.

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Titanium folding bike heads for crowd funding Video

26 Feb 2015

A start up in Canada has designed Helix, a bicycle claimed to be smaller, lighter, safer and easier to use than any other folding bike in the world.

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3D printed guide helps repair of damaged nerves Video

23 Feb 2015

Scientists have succeeded in using a 3D printed guide to help damaged nerves repair themselves. 

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Testing begins on engines for world's largest aircraft Video

20 Feb 2015

Hybrid Air Vehicles has started the Airlander 10 engine program, a series of full engine tests designed to bring the world’s largest aircraft into commercial operation.

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