Drawing inspiration from Elon Musk’s Hyperloop and the Swissmetro initiative, an engineering student considered building an underwater high-speed train route through Lake Geneva.
A new video game gives teenagers an understanding of electricity by solving puzzles in a bid to encourage more of them to study engineering at university.
Researchers are developing technology for unmanned aerial vehicles that give them the ability to fly for 12+ hours by harvesting energy from the sun.
In a recent discovery, we’ve learnt that there could be life beneath Mars’ surface and that it may be impossible to terraform its surface, disrupting Musk's vision.
The recycling regime is a mess in the UK – but what’s stopping Britain from making all of its plastic waste recyclable and ensuring it is actually recycled?
In the last few years, 3D printing with plastics has advanced rapidly. Now, a team of researchers have shown that it may soon be as easy to use metals with 3D printing.
Soft robotic grippers can be 3D printed on board ships to safely sample different types of soft, delicate underwater creatures and save valuable time.
Drone communications must be stable and widely available, should cost as little as possible, and work reliably even when out of sight.
New IHS Markit statistics suggest manufacturing has failed to provide any meaningful boost to headline GDP growth through the year-so-far.
The Government’s latest statistics show that renewable energy is consolidating its central role as a mainstream power source for homes, offices and factories.
Bioengineers at Harvard University have built a three-dimensional scale model of a heart ventricle that beats and can survive for months in the lab.
The UK Space Agency launched a competition to name a rover which is being sent to Mars to search for signs of life, as part of the Year of Engineering.
An ESA-led project asks, if you were heading to the Moon, what would you want to 3D print, to turn a lunar base into a place that feels like home?
A cutting edge machine that winds carbon fibre into lightweight parts for automotive and aerospace has been developed by Cygnet Texkimp & The University of Manchester.
Thanks to software developed by Neural Concept, an EPFL spin-off, bicycle engineers can quickly calculate the most aerodynamic shape for a bike.