Engineering Engineering News

The Science Museum is challenging misconceptions of what engineers do

Long Read

This June, London's Science Museum will be expanding its reach by opening a brand new Engineers Gallery. The new gallery will be dedicated to some of the world’s most innovative technological achievements and their masterminds, this gallery seeks to obliterate common misconceptions about engineers with inspiring narratives from...

Meet the NASA nuclear propulsion concept which could get to Mars in just 45 days

Long Read

A groundbreaking proposal could revolutionize space exploration, as NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program has selected a revolutionary nuclear propulsion system for development in 2023. The proposal is spearheaded by Professor Ryan Gosse of the University of Florida. His concept for a new bimodal Nuclear Thermal and Nuclear...

Transforming Plastic Waste into Sustainable Fuel with the University of Cambridge

Long Read

The University of Cambridge has recently unveiled a groundbreaking technology that could change the way we think about our plastic and carbon dioxide (CO2) waste. The machine takes in waste and CO2 and through a photoelectrochemical system transforms them into valuable materials like synthetic gas and glycolic acid....

Top Engineering Videos – NYC CNC

Quick Read

NYC CNC is a YouTube channel that is perfect for students who are interested in learning more about computer numerical control (CNC) machines, machining, and metalworking. The channel is run by John Saunders who owns and operates Saunders Machine Works. He is a machinist with over 20 years...

Set back for Britians first ever satellite mission

Quick Read

The first-ever satellite mission launched from UK soil may have faced a setback, but it's not the end of the journey! The American Virgin Orbit company, operating from Newquay, Cornwall, ignited a rocket high over the Atlantic Ocean, but the company later reported that the rocket experienced...

The World’s First Jet Engine Fueled by Green Hydrogen Has Been Successfully Tested

Long Read

Rolls-Royce announced this week that they have successfully tested the world's first jet engine powered by green hydrogen. The engine was a Rolls-Royce Pearl 15 normally found on AE 2100-A regional aircraft modified to run off hydrogen. The test, at an MoD testing area at Boscombe Down, proves...