Here Jonathan Wilkins, Director at EU Automation, shares some insight into 4D printing and the impact we can expect it to have.
Hetal Patel, Marketing Projects Manager for the annual manufacturing and engineering exhibition, Advanced Engineering, discusses the importance of women in engineering.
In the June issue of DPA I talk about Benjamin Franklin, taxes and robots. But what do they all have in common?
In the May issue of DPA, I take a look at Oceanix City, the world’s first sustainable floating city for 10,000 residents.
56 percent of UK engineering businesses believe no more needs to be done to get women into industry.
Flying cars could cut emissions, replace planes, and free up roads but gaps in necessary technology and practical uncertainties mean it may be too late.
In the battle against plastic pollution, few things have grown to be as emblematic of our overconsumption of single-use plastics as the plastic drinking straw. Here, Ben Smye, Head of Marketing at Matmatch, explores some sustainable substitute materials for the drinking straw.
This month, I look at the invention of the World Wide Web and ask whether all the good things it brings outweigh the bad.
UK manufacturers should make full use of any Brexit delays to mitigate supply risks, says Mark Shanley, Sales and Marketing Director of Astute Electronics.