Study points to fire-related wind turbine failures
The Engineer, 10 hours ago
Wind turbine fires are claimed to be a problem that is not being fully reported.
Plasmon detector finds minute traces of chemical explosives
The Engineer, 10 hours ago
New plasmon sensor technology could lead to more sensitive explosives detectors.
Stroke treatment enhanced by magnetised nanoparticles
The Engineer, 10 hours ago
Magnetically controlled nanomotors are being used to transport drugs through the body following stroke.
Robotic hand gets a grip on objects
The Engineer, July 18, 2014
A robot that enhances the grasping motion of the human hand has been developed in the US.
3D motion captured without markers
The Engineer, July 18, 2014
Researchers have developed techniques that combine the views of 480 video cameras in a geodesic dome to perform large-scale 3D motion reconstruction.
British helmet lets pilots abandon night-vision goggles
The Engineer, July 17, 2014
BAE Systems has returned to the race to build the world's most advanced fighter pilot helmet with a model that lets users see in the dark.
First major redesign of Raspberry Pi unveiled
The Engineer, July 16, 2014
A new version of the credit card-sized computer, the Raspberry Pi, is launched today adding extra sensors and connectors to the ?20 device.
UK spaceport shortlist unveiled
The Engineer, July 16, 2014
Britain has moved closer to ratifying its spaceport ambitions with eight locations identified as suitable for commercial spaceflights.
Taranis combat drone proves powers of radar ''invisiblity''
The Engineer, July 16, 2014
The UK and France are to work together on autonomous fighter plane technology following successful testing of stealth capability.?
LS3 goes on manoeuvres
The Engineer, July 16, 2014
US Marines have recently revealed field tests of an LS3 (Legged Squad Support System) at the Kahuku Training Area in Oahu, Hawaii.?
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