Graphene reduces complexity and cost and of touchscreens
Graphene treated nanowires could soon replace current touchscreen technology, claim researchers in the UK and Ireland.
Cameron calls for coal phase out
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has called for existing coal-fired power plants in the UK to be phased out in the next 10 to 15 years
Award-winning material set to reduce dental implant failure
A material that could help prevent artificial teeth implants falling out has won the Royal Academy of Engineering's first launchpad competition for young entrepreneurs.
US Navy trials Rolls-Royce powered surveillance UAV
Rolls-Royce has powered the successful cross-country flight of MQ-4C Triton, a new unmanned aircraft system built for the US Navy.
4 ways to make the most of the Graduate Engineer Show
These steps will ensure your time at the UK's only national careers fair dedicated to engineering is well spent.
Here comes the sun for oil sands clean up
Solar energy is being used to accelerate the reclamation of tailings ponds.??
Tumour-simulating chip to test cancer treatments
A chip that simulates a tumour's microenvironment will test the effectiveness of cancer treatments.?
Photon seesaw mechanism demonstrates transport of light
Engineers have developed a nanoscale device that demonstrates the mechanical transportation of light, an advance with implications for more efficient optical devices.
Graphene flaws improve gas sensing sensitivity
Flaws in graphene are being exploited to create a highly sensitive chemical sensor.