Technology and Innovation
US private space exploration company Moon Express last week announced that it has received sufficient funding to launch a craft to the moon.
Technology isn’t standing still. But while all of us are used to the rapid pace of change of IT, it might be a surprise to realise just how much ordinary manufacturing technologies are changing, as well.
It has been announced that Japanese car giant, Nissan, is planning to use London as its European autonomous vehicle testing ground.
Every Dutch electric train on the national railway now runs on 100% wind power after NS Dutch Railways partnered with energy company Eneco to use its wind turbines to generate the energy needed to power the nation's electric trains.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a new graphene material that is one of the strongest in the world while also being lightweight in form.
A number of recent moves by Google's parent company Alphabet appear to show it is losing interest in moonshot projects.
Leading provider of Manufacturing Operation Management Solutions, Cimlogic has published five simple tips designed to help improve manufacturing efficiency, and which can be easily acted upon immediately.
LogMeIn Rescue has helped Zero Motorcycles overcome the challenge of growing a revolutionary new market by allowing Zero to provide unrivaled customer support, from the comfort of its own site,
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.
Bridging the skills gap and boosting services will be top priorities for manufacturers over the coming year. Antony Bourne, IFS global industry director for manufacturing, outlines his three key predictions for 2017 and beyond.