Archive September 2017

Meet the Robot with an Origami Exoskeleton

12 months ago — 1 min read

Engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have designed a simple robot which can fold its ‘exoskeletons’ to roll, float on water, glide or walk. Butterflies sprout wings and hermit...

Dyson will start making electric cars in 2020

12 months ago — 0.5 min read

British inventor James Dyson has announced he is investing £2 billion into developing a battery-powered vehicle which he hopes will launch in 2020.

Will Russia partner with NASA’s to construct humanities first Lunar Space Station?

12 months ago — 0.5 min read

Russia is expected to announce this Saturday that it will be partnering with NASA to construct the 'Deep Space Gateway' - a key component of the space agencies long-term plan...

Hyperloop Has Raised $245 Million – Could this Transportation System become a Reality?

12 months ago — 0.5 min read

Hyperloop One just received an additional $85 million from investors as part of a new round of funding. This brings the total raised to an impressive $245 million and means...

History through Engineering – King Richard III, Megalosaurus and Vasco da Gama’s Esmeralda!

12 months ago — 2 min read

The Royal Academy of Engineering is going to explore how engineering has been used to uncover some of history’s greatest mysteries at Ingenia live! on Tuesday 26 September - and...

It’s a race to the bottom for the next generation of underwater drones

1 year ago — 0.5 min read

We have seen underwater drones such as Trident, Gladius and Blueye Pioneer crop up on crowd-funding sites over the last year. YouCan's BlueWater 1 (BW1) has just joined that list....