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How 3D Printing is driving the new space race

3 months ago — Deep Dive

3D-printed rocket engines: the technology driving the private sector space race The volatile nature of space rocket engines means that many early prototypes end up embedded in dirt banks or decorating...

How is artificial intelligence is helping us learn about the universe?

5 months ago — Deep Dive

Astronomy is all about data. The universe is getting bigger and so too is the amount of information we have about it. But some of the biggest challenges of the...

Into the Abyss – Cornwall set to house the world’s deepest pool

6 months ago — Quick Read

Blue Abyss - the brainchild of ex-forces diving instructor and management consultant, John Vickers - aims to be the largest and deepest indoor pool in the world. The scheme, supported...

HS2 launches Florence – first giant tunnelling machine

6 months ago — Quick Read

HS2 has launched its first enormous tunnel boring machines (TBMs). The machine, Florence, is the first of ten and will dig around 64 miles of the tunnel during the first...

516 Arouca – longest pedestrian suspension bridge opens

7 months ago — Quick Read

Local residents have been invited to test out the 500m '516 Arouca' walkway today that spans a gorge in Portugal's Arouca Geopark. The '516 Arouca' gets its name from its...

Yusuf Muhammads – Protecting the Vulnerable from Fire

8 months ago — Quick Read

Born to Engineer star Yusuf Muhammad - co-founder and Design Director of Plumis - has spoken to IFSEC global about how fire suppression systems could be implemented to protect the...