Naval Group and Centrale Nantes have 3D printed the first demonstrator of hollow propeller blades as part of the European H2020 project, RAMSSES.
Researchers report that graphene – the wonder material of the 21st century – may take the oxygen out of lithium battery fires.
Stratolaunch Systems Corporation successfully completed the first flight of the world’s largest all-composite aircraft, the Stratolaunch.
A new RFID-based technology could turn frying pans, pill bottles, yoga mats, coffee cups, and countless other non-electronic objects into a network of IoT sensors.
A discovery by a graduate student has led to materials that quickly change colour from completely clear to a range of vibrant hues – and back again.
The University of Manchester launches its vision to help ensure the city is a leader in the fourth industrial revolution in the same way it was a pioneer for the first phase of industrialisation.
Blue was designed to use recent advances in AI and deep reinforcement learning to master intricate human tasks, all while remaining affordable and safe.
Tim Bednall, Sales & Marketing Manager for Wood Automation & Control’s Systems Division, highlights the depth of expertise and talent that UK manufacturers can draw upon to ease the path to automation.
New research found that British workers are spending an average of 13 hours and 34 minutes a day looking at screens while at work, commuting and at home.
Ricky Ye, CEO of DFRobot, discusses the importance of coding education in secondary school and how the computing and programming learning experience can be enhanced through coding hardware resources.
Sandvik created a smash-proof, 3D printed guitar, then challenged rock legend Yngwie Malmsteen to smash it! Watch the video and see how it was made.
Researchers have developed a new design method to create soft robots that may help in caregiving for elderly family members.
The University of Texas at Austin, in partnership with Google, have used AI to uncover two more hidden planets in the Kepler space telescope archive.
Thousands of vintage Vespa & Lambretta scooters could be saved from the scrap heap, despite the introduction of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in central London.
Cancer could be detected in patients far earlier by using the same type of technology used to observe stars in galaxies millions of miles away.