Archive March 2017

University of Bath celebrates achievements of women in STEM with “Sulis Minerva Day”

2 months ago — 3 min read

May 11th will see the University of Bath celebrate the achievements of women in science, engineering, technology and maths with...

Meet the robotic octopus that could soon be working alongside humans

2 months ago — 2 min read

German robotics company Festo has revealed the "OctopusGripper" - a robotic octopus tentacle inspired by its eight-legged flesh-and-blood ocean counterparts...

“I’ve Got Eyes For You” – Meet the robot with eyes that appear to follow you around the room

2 months ago — 2 min read

Meet Transgazer - designed by Engineers at the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation in Japan - whose concave eye design...

#automationrevolution Stop the Press! The Robots Are Not Taking Over… Well Not Yet.

2 months ago — 7 min read

Dr Fumiya Iida, University Lecturer in Mechatronics in the Machine Intelligence Laboratory and a Fellow of Corpus Christi College, wrote...

Schoolboy Error – 17 year old corrects NASAs radiation data

2 months ago — 2 min read

NASA has thanked A-level student Miles Soloman for spotting an error in International Space Station data which revealed that radiation...

Future Projects Awards 2017

2 months ago — 4 min read

The winners of this years MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards have been announced. Future Projects Awards are designed to...

Higher, Further, Faster – New Born to Engineer Video

2 months ago — 1 min read

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAQlwOWj14U "I’m having to push to achieve what I want. Trying to make the impossible, possible. That is what engineering...

First permanent “Virtual Reality” Science Museum Experience Opens

2 months ago — 2 min read

From March 24th, visitors to the Science Museum, London, will be able to experience descending from space within a Soyuz capsule....

Simple Map shows How Everything in Physics Is Connected

2 months ago — 1.5 min read

Physics is a cornerstone of Engineering - a huge and complex field that deals with everything from black holes and...

New Nanofiber set to revolutionise Battery and Water Electrolysis Development

3 months ago — 3 min read

The key to constructing everything from long distance electric cars to increasing hydrogen production from water electrolysis is developing efficient...

Wind tunnel allows monks to fly above “Shaolin Flying Monks Temple”

3 months ago — 1.5 min read

After six years the "Shaolin Flying Monks Temple" has officially opened in Henan province, China. The ambitious project, lead by...

Blue Origin Unveils an Enormous Engine for Manned Missions

3 months ago — 2 min read

SpaceX’s main private competitor, Blue Origin, has taken one-small-step for manned space flight by unveiling its new rocket — the...

UWE celebrate International Women’s Day today with an event showcasing the achievements of female entrepreneurs

3 months ago — 6.5 min read

The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) are holding a "Celebrating Female Entrepreneurs" event to mark International Women's...

STEM Book Club: Books For Younger Children

3 months ago — 1 min read

It is never too early to start STEM education and an ideal way to get your kids inspired about STEM...

Lake Oroville Spillway Destruction Revealed

3 months ago — 2 min read

After years of drought, California experienced heavy rain last month causing a crisis at the 770 foot high Lake Oroville...

Dyson announce creation of a second UK campus at Hullavington airfield

3 months ago — 3 min read

The British Engineering firm Dyson has purchased Hullavington airfield to home its next research and development centre. The 517-acre site...