Research and Development
Researchers from Penn State University in the US have developed a new self-healing material with potentially wide-ranging applications.
A series of futuristic concept images on what a new surface ship for the Royal Navy could look like in 2050 has been released by a group of leading British naval electronic systems companies, working alongside Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) and the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL).
Researchers have discovered a new Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology which could revolutionize the way these lights are produced.
A self-driving truck will the first autonomous vehicle to be tested on US highways according to a new announcement by Royal Truck & Equipment.
After a 25-year hiatus for the Russian space shuttle program Buran (Snowstorm), Russia looks to take on a new Reusable Space Rocket System to reduce the cost of satellite launches.
A 3D printed prosthetic hand produced by UK-based company, Open Bionics has won the UK James Dyson Award.
Space technologies company Bigelow Aerospace has announced the signing of a new contract with Nasa, for the future use of its space habitats.
China’s space program has taken another step forward this week with a final test of the new high-tech engines destined for the Long March-5 rocket.
Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works is currently designing the next-generation of sophisticated spy planes.
A team of researchers from the George Washington University have detailed a process that allows for the fabrication of carbon nanofibers from the air.