Europe unveils asteroid-spotting ''fly''s eye'' telescope
A new modular telescope design could make scanning the sky for near-Earth objects cheaper.
ESA launches ?1bn project to create next generation metals
Lighter vehicles, stronger nuclear reactors and more compatible medical implants are among the goals of a new billion-euro European Space Agency metals project.
Queen Elizabeth Prize trophy competition finalists announced
The winning design is to be chosen by a team of six judges and a public poll.
Soft-bodied robot can walk through fire
US researchers have built a crawling soft-bodied robot that can operate without a tether and survive fire, snow and being run over by a car.
Queen Elizabeth Prize trophy competition entries announced
The winning design will be chosen by a team of six judges and a public poll.
CATS to help study pollution from space
NASA is preparing to launch new technology to improve the study of pollution in the Earth's atmosphere from the International Space Station.
HS2 offers ?10bn of contracts to UK engineering firms
British companies are being encouraged to attend two supply chain meetings to find out about construction and manufacturing opportunities from 2017.
Offshore windfarms look to ''suction buckets'' for easier installation
UK windfarm developers are to be given access to new technology that could make it easier to erect offshore turbines.
Nanophotonics key to high-speed information transfer
A development in the US could lead to computer chips capable of transporting digital information at light speed.?
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Researchers in Finland have developed a disposable patch that will let consumers perform galvanic skin treatments at home.