Round, smooth and iridescent, pearls are among the world's most exquisite jewels; now, they are inspiring a US Army research project to improve military armour.
NYU Tandon School of Engineering & University of Western Australia report robotic fish predators can quickly stress invasive fish species to curb reproduction.
Make UK and Santander analysis, ‘UK Manufacturing: 2019/20 The Facts’, shows Europe remains the dominant market for UK goods.
Schneider Electric have teamed up with Rexel to offer customers the chance to win an electric van and charging point, worth £30,000.
A new method developed by MIT researchers uses standard 3D printers to produce functioning devices with the electronics already embedded inside.
A bionic dragonfly has been recognised as a record breaker in the latest edition of the Guinness World Records, published by Ravensberger on 5 September 2019.
Royal Academy of Engineering highlights that misconceptions about engineers and lack of understanding of the profession means young people are missing opportunities to make a difference to our world.
The Netherlands will be testing the first metal 3D printed bridge in the world. Plans are to insert this bridge in its permanent location in Amsterdam at the start of 2020.