Boeing and DARPA are collaborating to design, build and test a technology demonstration vehicle for the Experimental Spaceplane (XS-1) program.
A team of researchers uncovered the mechanism that allowed Volkswagen to circumvent US and European emission tests over at least six years.
The iris recognition system of the Samsung Galaxy 8 was defeated by the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) simply by using a dummy eye.
A team of students from the University of Manchester aim to revolutionise space travel by designing and building the world’s first successful spaceplane.
The cyber-attack that hit UK hospitals and industries in almost 100 countries is a reminder to those operating critical systems of the need for robust security strategy.
Dynamiq and Studio F.A. Porsche joined forces to develop a series of all-aluminium superyachts with a maximum speed exceeding 21 knots.
Astronomers have discovered a new planet orbiting a star 320 light years from Earth with the same density as Styrofoam and a large atmosphere.
This jet can take off and land on short runways and unpaved strips due in part to its composite-intensive structure, which uses Hexcel’s composite materials & adhesive.
A breathable workout suit with ventilating flaps that open and close in response to an athlete's body heat and sweat has now been developed by researchers.
First certified civilian female Afghan pilot, Shaesta Waiz, will attempt to become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world to promote STEM education.
The London City Airport digital tower will have a live feed with a panoramic view of the airfield using HD cameras with vision greater than the human eye.
Possibly the strongest hybrid silk fibres yet have been created for a range of medical uses by scientists in Sweden using all renewable resources.
Rolls-Royce has been assigned to equip an existing offshore platform supply vessel (PSV) with a new patented dual draglink (DDC) subsea crane.
A survey commissioned by Bosch Rexroth revealed gaps in training provision and readiness for Industry 4.0 in the UK engineering and manufacturing sectors.
Researchers developed a nano-hologram 1,000 times thinner than a human hair paving the way towards the integration of 3D holography into everyday electronics.