Research and Development
Fuel cell vehicles received a boost this week thanks to a new partnership between German engineering group, Linde, and South Korean car company, Hyundai.
US electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors last night unveiled for the first time its new mass-market car known as the Model 3.
The Boeing Company has received approval from the US Defense Department to sell up to nine of its P-8A Poseidon military surveillance jets to the UK in a proposed deal worth up to $3.2bn for the US-headquartered multinational manufacturer.
The latest ‘Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment’ report has shown a record level of investment in renewable energy technology in 2015.
General Motors (GM) announced earlier this month that it is to buy driverless car software and engineering firm, Cruise Automation, to to further accelerate development of GM autonomous vehicles.
A team of researchers at UCLA have begun working on a unique solution to help reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by turning it into a concrete-like material.
London’s iconic red double decker buses will be changed forever with the introduction of the world’s first fleet of all-electric double decker buses.
Siemens has announced that it expects to hire at least 25,000 new employees worldwide each year as part of a €1bn investment into research and development.
Advanced and composites materials are becoming increasingly common. Ruari McCallion looks into the state of this particular union in the UK.
A US 3D-printing company is receiving funds from Nasa to demonstrate revolutionary new space manufacturing technology.