Engineering Engineering News

Solid Rocket Moon Booster fired up for critical test

2 months ago — Quick Read

Today NASA, alongside engineering giant Northrop Grumman, celebrated after they successfully ignited a massive solid rocket booster in Utah. The two-minute test put the Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) hardware through...

Engineering Podcasts – The Structural Engineering Channel

2 months ago — Quick Read

The Structural Engineering Channel aims at focusing on helping structural engineering professionals stay up to date on technical trends in the field Each week the podcast talks with guests about...

Infographic: How Roller Coasters Are Built

2 months ago — Long Read

Roller coasters are capable of producing thrills and excitement that few other experiences can replicate.   Believe it or not, roller coasters are only about 150 years old, though they...

Engineering Podcasts – Designed for Life

2 months ago — Quick Read

The Design and Technology Association have just launched their official podcast and it's great! 'Designed for life' aims to entertain, inform and inspire, bringing the worlds of business and industry...

Oldest known crane – built by the Bath engineering firm Stothert and Pitt – set to be restored

2 months ago — Quick Read

Uplifting news for fans of Britains Engineering Heritage. The oldest known crane made by Bath engineering firm Stothert and Pitt has been given a £4,000 grant for restoration. The crane,...

Material Engineering – new stronger concrete which produces less carbon dioxide developed

2 months ago — Long Read

Pre-Stressed Concrete promises Eco-Friendly Lightweight Construction in future When thinking of the on-going climate crisis you probably don't immediately think about concrete? However concrete has a huge carbon footprint globally....