Archive April 2017

STAT announces the most innovative idea of 2016 – A prosthetic arm that can ‘feel’

3 years ago — Quick Read

Born to Engineer favourite STAT has just announced the winner of its "most innovative idea" poll that pitted 32 innovative discoveries published in peer-reviewed journals last year against one another...

The Science behind the Incredible Moment a Colour-Blind Grandpa Sees Colour for the First Time

3 years ago — Long Read

Landscaper Noll Staffords family chipped in for the most amazing 66th birthday gift - a pair of glasses that have allowed him to see colourful flowers and plants for the...

Infographic — Electrical Engineers & Climate Change

3 years ago — Long Read

Why Electrical Engineers Play an Essential Part in Addressing Climate Change CO2 or Carbon Dioxide Emissions are an inevitable result of energy use around the world. When society uses energy,...

Powered only by the sun – this device pulls water from dry air

3 years ago — Quick Read

Does a future where every home has a device which could pull all the water you need out of the air (even in dry or desert climates) using the sun...

Engineering Podcasts – Containers

3 years ago — Quick Read

While Serial and S-Town might be biggest podcasts out there - there are a host of fantastic Podcasts out there all about Engineering. Over the next few months, we will...

Infographic — Engineering for the Developing World – Meeting the Basic Needs of All

3 years ago — Quick Read

Although birth rates in developed countries have slowed down dramatically, figures from the United Nations (UN) show that the world’s population will hit 9.7 billion by 2050. What’s more, much...