Poll: Scottish independence
The Engineer, 13 hours ago
From the point of view of engineering and industry, would it be a good thing or a bad thing for Scotland to vote for independence?
First T-pylons to be made in UK
The Engineer, 13 hours ago
British firm Mabey Bridge has won the contract to build the main part of the UK's new prototype T-shaped pylons.?
BAE use miniature sensors to give aircraft ''smart skin''
The Engineer, 13 hours ago
Future aircraft could have "smart skin" that enables them to instantly detect damage, if research by BAE Systems comes to fruition.
New process simplifies recycling of plastics
The Engineer, August 22, 2014
Researchers have developed a new process claimed to simplify the process of sorting plastics in recycling plants.?
Laser system takes sting out of blood sugar testing
The Engineer, August 22, 2014
Diabetics could soon have a way to easily measure their blood sugar without drawing blood, thanks to a new laser system.
Tattoo uses biobattery to turn sweat into power
The Engineer, August 21, 2014
US researchers claim their technology could use exercise to power small electronic devices.
Artificial retina made from biocompatible graphene
The Engineer, August 21, 2014
Physicists in Germany are using graphene to produce key elements of an artificial retina.?
Cosmic ray technology to help climate soil study
The Engineer, August 21, 2014
UK researchers are hoping to improve our understanding of the climate by using cosmic ray technology to study the soil.
The Engineer Q&A: fracking
The Engineer, August 21, 2014
Your chance to ask our expert panel about the challenges,?pitfalls and potential impact of hydraulic fracturing.
Implanted electrodes control and monitor moth flight
The Engineer, August 21, 2014
Researchers have developed methods for electronically manipulating the flight muscles of moths.
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