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To mark the 20th anniversary of Formula Student, the event run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers has launched a driverless element to the competition.
Technologies, such as Amazon Echo and Google Home, should be developed in co-operation with dementia patients, carers and the NHS.
The 1891 system which supplied irrigation water receives the accolade from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
To mark the 20th anniversary of Formula Student, there will be a one-off race at Silverstone on Qualifying Day of the Formula One British Grand Prix.
The engine receives the accolade from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in recognition of its restoration and contribution to Cornish mining history.
The 1895 Worth-Mackenzie triple expansion steam engine has received the accolade from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers at a recent ceremony.
Institution calls for Government support to change pipes and materials to allow excess electricity, in the form of hydrogen, to be stored in the gas grid.
The aircraft will receive the accolade from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers for its pioneering bonded composite aircraft construction, still used today.
Formula Student, the student racing car event run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, will see 130 student teams from over 30 countries take part in July 2018.
A competition run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers requires teams of up-and-coming engineers to build, design and run a locomotive.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is calling for nominations for this year’s Prestige Awards with prizes on offer worth about £20,000.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Challenge, now in its fourth year, sees a record 25 teams for 2018.
According to a new report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Government should review nuclear approval process to cut costs and speed up development.
The UK’s engineering skills crisis will deepen without a fundamental change in the way we educate children about the 'made world', according to a new report.
A large proportion (50 percent) of the public would back new coal and gas fired power stations if there was an ability to capture and store any emissions produced.