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British Engineer Sir Clive Sinclair dies age 81

2 days ago — Long Read

British Engineering legend Sir Clive Sinclair died today aged 81. Whilst Sinclair is best known for the invention of the ill-fated C5 pedal-electric car (below) he is also the mind...

James Webb telescope set to launch this December

1 week ago — Quick Read

The European Space Agency (ESA) has announced that the James Webb telescope - successor to Hubble telescope - will blast from the ESA spaceport in French Guiana on board a...

River Tyne swing bridge won’t swing

3 weeks ago — Quick Read

This week a £1m scheme to save the 1876 River Tyne swing bridge ended in failure. The machine room, showing one of Armstrong's original three-cylinder oscillating hydraulic motors First used...

Are we at the threshold of Nuclear Fusion Ignition?

1 month ago — Quick Read

A team of engineers working at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in California believe they are officially at the "Threshold of Nuclear Fusion Ignition" after passing a major milestone....

Will AI replace forensic experts? Meet the AI that can recognise footprints

1 month ago — Quick Read

We trained AI to recognise footprints, but it won’t replace forensic experts yet We rely on experts all the time. If you need financial advice, you ask an expert. If you...

Engineering Podcasts – The Engineering Career Coach Podcast

1 month ago — Quick Read

The Engineering Career Coach (TECC) Podcast provides career advice to engineers. It is hosted by Anthony Fasano, PE and Jeff Perry, MBA. The pair interview all sorts of engineers -...