The Engineer Videos
The Engineer paid a visit to Southampton University to find out how cutting edge techniques for making fibre lasers could lead to the next generation of particle accelerators.
UK space firm Astrium has developed a new way to capture large items of space junk and pull them out of orbit using a harpoon and tether.
The Engineer decided to take out its anger on some unsuspecting hard drives in order to find out just how far data recovery techniques can go.
The Engineer paid a visit to Southampton University to get an up-close look at the technology that’s enabling the creation of low-cost unmanned aerial vehicles.
The Engineer paid a visit to the Science Museum in London to meet the creators of a robotic octopus, which could have some useful and surprising commercial applications.
Comedians Timandra Harkness and Matt Parker are hoping to demonstrate the humorous side of engineering with their new show Humans vs Nature.
Two British teams are competing at this year’s RoboWorld Cup, which is being held in Bristol this week. The Engineer went to assess their chances.
London’s Design Museum has opened a timely new exbition to coincide with London 2012, showcasing the role of design in sport.
UK firms are hoping to raise awareness of the strength of the British manufacturing sector in a new exhibition at London’s Science Museum.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has developed an innovative automated scenery system to meet the unusual demands of its home theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon.
A new emergency caesarean birth simulator could help better prepare junior doctors for the day when they have to perform the procedure.
Emirates has built a new cable car that climbs up to 90m above the River Thames in east London.
An Isle of Man company is aiming to take customers to the moon from 2015.
The Engineer paid a visit to Imperial College London’s new carbon capture pilot plant to see how it could help this emerging sector.