The Government’s national campaign will increase awareness and understanding of what engineers do among young people aged 7-16, their parents and their teachers.
Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform was to develop a military light attack aircraft with multirole capabilities, the first developed in the United Arab Emirates.
BRM Aero is using the “Engineered to Fly” industry solution from Dassault Systèmes to efficiently design and develop the structure of its Bristell airplanes.
Education is vital to the future of UK manufacturing, and leading the drive to plug the skills gap is UK welding products company Weldability Sif.
Airlander 10 commences the next stage of flight testing, known as Airworthiness Release 2a (AWR2a), which will see it fly higher, faster, further and longer.
Not only did Elon Musk introduce us to his long-anticipated all-electric truck but surprised the audience with a new version of Tesla’s original sports car, the Roadster.
JCB helped TV personality Guy Martin to engineer a tribute to the role tanks played in helping change the course of the First World War.
Previously graphene-oxide membranes were shown to be completely impermeable to all solvents except for water.
These floating houses are 100 percent solar powered and are able to withstand hurricanes, floods and whatever else nature throws at them.
Researchers created a new algorithm that speeds up the process of 3D printing, tackling one of the biggest drawbacks to using the technology.
Cyber security and fire detection from space: these two ideas have won this year's Special Prize of the German Aerospace Centre (DLR).
Uber’s head of product, Jeff Holden, announced at the Web Summit in Lisbon the company’s plans to bring its flying taxi service to Los Angeles.
A project at the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) is looking at 3D printing from a totally different angle, using a Mitsubishi Electric robot.
Richard Browning soars into the record books with a new Guinness World Record for ‘fastest speed in a body controlled jet engine powered suit’.
Lenze turns 70 – and celebrates with a ‘Future Day of Machine Manufacturing’ and new servo inverter at SPS IPC Drives.