Leading bridge and engineering services specialist, Mabey has halved the manufacturing time for its modular bridge panel and chords thanks to a £2.6m investment in advanced robots.
Researchers from Melbourne universities in Australia have published new research into how bees perceive colour and revealed findings that could revolutionise cameras and robotic sensors.
Samsung is set to expand its US operations with the planned opening of a new $380m home appliance manufacturing plant in South Carolina.
China's largest rocket, the Long March 5 has suffered a launch failure which could throw Chinese space exploration plans into disarray.
More Australian businesses are planning, testing or implementing digital transformation strategies than the international average, according to a recent Global Digital Transformation Survey.
Artificial intelligence technologies could contribute more than $15tn to the world economy by 2030, according to a new report published by Price Waterhouse Coopers.
A European study into the effects of pesticides on bee colonies has shown a conclusive link between the use of certain chemicals and bee population decline.
One of the world’s largest steel producers can now test the quality of its steel while it undergoes plasma cutting – a process which heats the metal to 30,000°C.
A laser-armed attack helicopter has been tested in the US, heralding a new frontier for high-tech weapons systems.
Hennik Research, publishers of The Manufacturer, are delighted to have been invited onto the board of trustees of the Young Scientists Journal. Peter Osborne reports on what this means to UK manufacturers.