Archive May 2017

Engineering Podcasts – The Amp Hour Electronics Podcast

2 years ago — 0.5 min read

Dave Jones from the EEVblog in Sydney (Australia), and Chris Gammell from Contextual Electronics in Chicago (USA) discuss the world of electronics design in an hour long(ish) weekly show, recorded...

Engineering a difference – Dr Priyanka Dhopade talks to Scienceblog

2 years ago — 0.5 min read

Dr Priyanka Dhopade, Senior Research Associate at Oxford University’s Osney Thermo-Fluid Laboratory, is breaking down barriers in more ways than one. Dr Dhopade works in partnership with Rolls-Royce, and her...

Engineering Podcasts – Engines of our Ingenuity

2 years ago — 0.5 min read

A podcast which started in 1988 on KUHF-FM radio Houston, Engines of our Ingenuity (hosted by Dr. John Lienhard) is a favourite among teachers. The show looks at the history,...

Watch – “Having a ball” at MIT

2 years ago — 1 min read

If you think of MIT as only one the world's leading Engineering institutions it might surprise you know that each year it hosts the MIT Open Ballroom Competition - the...

Inaugural TOCHI best paper award goes to University of Leeds Engineers

2 years ago — 1 min read

The University of Leeds is celebrating after two of its researchers (Professor Roy Ruddle and Rhys Thomas from the School of Computing) scooped the 2016 TOCHI best paper award. Their...

How we can make super-fast hyperloop travel a reality

2 years ago — 3 min read

Across Europe and parts of Asia, travellers can enjoy some of the fastest rail services in the world. From Málaga to Madrid, Tokyo to Osaka, high-speed electric trains condense the...