Engineering News

Countdown begins for Ocean Cleanup System 001 launch

3 weeks ago — 1.5 min read

In 10 days, on September 8th, Ocean Cleanup will launch the world’s first ocean cleanup system from an assembly yard in Alameda, out through the San Francisco Bay, toward the...

One Week to Go Until European ban on halogen lightbulbs

3 weeks ago — 1 min read

On September 1st Europe is set to ban halogen light bulbs. The ban could save consumers around £112 a year as they switch to LED alternatives.

NASA’s Open Source build-it-yourself Rover web project is a masterpiece

4 weeks ago — 1 min read

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is always looking to inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers, and roboticists. Their new Open Source build-it-yourself Rover web project succeeds in doing just that....

New CRISPR Technique Repairs Genetic Mutations in Human Embryos

1 month ago — 1.5 min read

Researchers have revealed a new CRISPR technique which might prevent humans from passing on a potentially life-threatening genetic disorder.

Maths allows Engineers to test Biological Circuits

1 month ago — 1 min read

Biological circuits are one of the most exciting developments in synthetic biology. They could allow biological parts to mimic the logical functions we see in electronic circuits. However, up to...

‘Virtual’ basketball players learn to dribble by themselves

1 month ago — 0.5 min read

Software Engineers have developed a new technique to teach a computer programme dribbling skills.