Archive July 2018

Drones in Construction — An Aerial View of the Future

2 months ago — 3 min read

There is an aerial revolution happening across the world. Drones have emerged as a unique tool within many different sectors. This isn't surprising, as their benefits range from on-site safety...

Egypt hopes to unlock its energy potential with the worlds largest solar farm

2 months ago — 1 min read

Egypt's Western Desert is set to host the world's largest solar park.

Want to name the next Mars Rover?

2 months ago — 1 min read

The ESA's 2020 ExoMars rover is due to land on Mars in the spring of 2021. The UK Space Agency wants you to name it. An existing rover - 'Bruno'...

Is Engineering the solution to global energy demand?

2 months ago — 1 min read

The global demand for energy is growing exponentially each year as countries develop and their population's increase. These rapidly changing trends in how we use energy are shaping the way...

Win – LEGO Bucket Wheel Excavator 42055

2 months ago — 2 min read

Want to a colossal Bucket Wheel Excavator — the largest LEGO Technic ever made! We are giving away LEGO's impressive 2-in-1 Bucket Wheel Excavator. Unlike 'normal' LEGO, the technic series...

Cracking Stuff – Gorilla Glass 6 might make cracked screens a thing of the past

2 months ago — 1 min read

Gorilla Glass - a hardened glass found in modern iPhone and Samsung devices - has unveiled its latest version which they believe might help make smashed screens a thing of...