Research and Development
A number of recent moves by Google's parent company Alphabet appear to show it is losing interest in moonshot projects.
US researchers have taken another step closer to developing a scaleable option to capture and store carbon dioxide (CO2) using a new technique that involves injecting liquefied gas into ancient lava flows.
US electric vehicle startup Faraday Future has this week unveiled its first ever production vehicle – the FF 91.
Solar power is set to become the world's cheapest form of energy according to a new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Autonomous vehicles may be making most of the headlines in the world of automotive engineering, but behind the scenes, collaboration rather than autonomy is proving to be the road to successful automotive innovation. Jonathan Wilkins looks at some of the most exciting automotive engineering clusters around the world.
Lucid Motors has unveiled its first luxury electric vehicle which looks to offer a new era of luxury mobility.
Rachel Nagy explores why adopting an integrated approach can make all the difference when it comes to designing and manufacturing medical devices right first time.
NASA’s long-awaited and highly anticipated EM (Electromagnetic Drive) drive paper, which details the testing of an engine that defies the laws of physics, has finally been peer-reviewed and published.
Ground-breaking research from the University of Surrey and Augmented Optics, in collaboration with the University of Bristol, has developed potentially transformational technology which could revolutionise the capabilities of appliances that have previously relied on battery power to work.
BAE Systems has begun another tranche of ground-breaking unmanned aircraft technology trials as part of collaborative efforts across the country to assess how autonomous air vehicles could be integrated in UK airspace.