It was a school visit to an airport that first got a 14 year old John Wheal thinking about all of the complex systems that have to work together to make air travel possible, from departure boards to baggage handling.
Sol Ryan had to have his arm amputated after he was born. When his father Ben saw the prosthetics that were available for small children, he knew that it wasn't good enough for his son.
Higher, Further, Faster. Angelo is Born to Engineer
"If you can build it, we'll launch it..." That was the challenge posed by the UK Space Agency to Steve Greenland and the team at Clyde Space Ltd.
One chance conversation led Lewis to a seriously exciting apprenticeship in engineering
Winter is coming but Engineer Matt Holloway and his team have built a robot to keep you warm through the long cold nights
Meet Engineer Kim Cave-Ayland. She creates Stars for a living
It’s a myth that apprenticeships won’t get you far – Faye’s introduced her to new and exciting opportunities.
Follow Dawn Bonfield on her journey looking at some incredible and inspiring stories of female engineers - could the next one be you?
It took just one day at a race-track for Nina Parsons to know that she wanted to be an engineer. Now she’s heading for a career in Formula 1
Everything you touch, see and interact with has been engineered and designed. But for engineer Adrian Westaway, the best inventions need something more - a little bit of magic…
Yusuf Muhammad revolutionary new household fire-safety device extinguishes fires fast and aims to save lives
For Alice Martin Engineering is not just about equations, it is always about making a real difference to the way people live their lives
In sport great engineering can make the difference between winning and losing.
A Level student George Edwards had no idea his engineering concept would change his life forever.
Biomedical Engineer Eleanor Strides' microbubbles could revolutionise chemotherapy and saving lives.
Engineer Andrew Robertson is saving drummers across the country from the tyranny of the click track by liberating bands to drive the tempo of their live performances.
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