Archive September 2017

Meet the Robot with an Origami Exoskeleton

2 years ago — Quick 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

2 years ago — Quick 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?

2 years ago — Quick 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?

2 years ago — Quick 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!

2 years ago — Long 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

2 years ago — Quick 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....