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A new report from the University of Cambridge claims that British steel could be saved, if the industry is willing to transform itself.
Getting computers to work more akin to the human brain has been the holy grail of the industry for some time. This recent breakthrough holds some promise.
International Women’s Day informed us that it has never been more important to recognise, celebrate and encourage women in the engineering sector.
A new report by the Energy and Climate Change Committee warns of nervousness among investors looking at energy projects in the UK.
Professor Gren Ireson discusses the recent discovery of gravitational waves and how they might revolutionise the way we observe the universe.
Wearable devices to monitor health are not always reliable or secure according to new research from a group of UK universities.
Jenifer Baxter outlines a new report from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, which offers some dire warnings about the future capacity of our power generation infrastructure.
This extraordinary finding by Salk researchers in the US places our memory capacity in the petabyte range and suggests ways of designing better computers.
The manufacturing and engineering sectors lead the way in turning information into customer insight for business benefit.
The government has withdrawn funding for its carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology competition just six months before it was to be awarded.
So says the Royal Academy of Engineering in two new reports promoting ethnicity/race, sexual orientation and disability diversity in the sector.
Welcome to this, our special newsletter covering the 20th Anniversary Drives Supplement, which was published in the November 2015 edition of Design Products & Applications.
Experts from the University of Liverpool are using strategic game theory to determine how the problems of space debris might be tackled.
Engineering employers responding to an IET survey are predicting that the education system will not keep up with technological change.
While traditional cellular networks have dominated the market for M2M connectivity, this is about to change, according to a new report from Beecham Research.