Research and Development
Researchers at MIT have teamed up with Microsoft Research to develop a new kind of wearable interface they are calling DuoSkin.
UK supercar manufacturer BAC has become the first vehicle in the world to develop a car which utilises graphene.
The US Air Force has declared the world’s most expensive and advanced weapons system in history, the F-35 fighter jet, is ready for combat.
Samsung is reportedly in advanced talks to buy Magneti Marelli, the auto components manufacturing arm of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
Supermeat, an Israeli food technology startup, want to produce and sell meat but without the need for the slaughter of animals.
Moon Express has become the first private enterprise given permission to fly beyond geostationary orbit.
The first working prototype of a ‘straddling bus’ able to drive over traffic has been shown off to the public in China.
Motoring giants BMW and Toyota have joined forces in a collaboration which will create new sports cars for the iconic automakers.
High-speed transport pioneering firm, Hyperloop One, has opened its first manufacturing plant to help build and shape the future of high-speed transportation
The spotlight on R&D and innovation, which has historically been synonymous with multi-nationals, has shifted more recently towards small and medium-sized businesses, according to The State of Engineering 2015 report. Dr Graeme Malcolm shares his experiences of bringing the SolsTiS to market through building his own business M-Squared Lasers.