Archive June 2018

Facebook Reveal Eye Opening AI Tech

9 months ago — 1.5 min read

Facebook hasn't got a lot of good press recently but their latest AI research paper is eye-opening. Engineers at Facebook have turned to AI techniques to learn new ways to...

Drones set to deliver Burgers and beer in Reykjavík

9 months ago — 0.5 min read

Icelandic company AHA is set to expand the number of drones it operates in Reykjavik.

Engineers take aim at cancer with 100-million fps camera

10 months ago — 1 min read

A new high-speed camera is being developed which will allow light and sound to be used in new innovative medical treatments.

Could Geoengineering be a cheap solution to Climate Change?

10 months ago — 1.5 min read

A new study shows that sucking carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is a lot cheaper than Engineers initially thought. The estimated cost of new geoengineering technology to fight climate change...

‘Celebrating Everyday Manufacturing’ – EEF Photography Competition Now Open

10 months ago — 0.5 min read

The prestigious EEF Photography Competition is now open. The theme for this year's competition is Celebrating Everyday Manufacturing. Adrian Waine 'Stone Slab Cutting' - 2017 Professional category winner The EEF...

Hybrid fiberglass-concrete-steel technique produces harder, better, faster, stronger bridges

10 months ago — 1 min read

Civil engineering at the University of Queensland, Australia have developed a hybrid fibreglass-concrete-steel bridge technique which is three times stronger and three times lighter than existing methods.