Sensors have long been a part of electronic systems in practically every industry and the need for them is growing rapidly which means engineers need to adapt.
The use of a Standby Voltage on computer power supplies became widespread when the ATX specification was published in 1995.
BAE Systems and City, University of London revealed how research on falcon flight is inspiring new aircraft technology that contribute to efficiency and aerodynamics.
Engineers have created a 'tree-on-a-chip' - a microfluidic pump inspired by the way trees and plants circulate nutrients.
Global shipping firm Maersk is planning to fit spinning “rotor sails” to one of its oil tankers as a way of reducing its fuel costs and carbon emissions.
A new gel-like material that naturally adapts to changing environments was inspired by the mechanical performance of the jaw of a marine worm.
Launched by Arup and Mabey, this post-tensioned bridge is designed to be assembled in hard to reach sites, quickly and easily.
A wearable robotic system for minimally invasive surgery offers surgeons natural and dexterous movement and the ability to safely navigate through the surgical environment.