Research and Development
India’s first ever indigenously manufactured spacecraft was successfully tested today.
Well known as having a very enterprising population, in both good and bad ways, it should not be surprising that Nigeria's largest city, Lagos, may soon be home to one of the world's most innovative transportation systems.
Toyota has sold more than nine million Lexus and Toyota hybrid vehicles around the world, including more than 85,800 delivered in Australia alone.
International automotive technology supplier and tire manufacturer, Continental, has this month announced the development of a steering wheel gesture control system that can replace standard buttons.
Ford Motor Company is the first automaker to formulate and test new foam and plastic components made from captured carbon dioxide.
The Royal Academy of Engineering has today revealed the finalists for the 2016 MacRobert Award, renowned for spotting the ‘next big thing’ in technology since it was established in 1969.
The possibilities for additive manufacturing are infinite. Dr Greg Gibbons explains why.
Silicon Valley-based company, Made in Space, has a chance to live up to its company name after being selected by NASA to lead the next phase in the ongoing development of in-space manufacturing.
Car maker Volvo is set to begin the UK’s most ambitious autonomous driving trial early next year.
The 2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport will integrate a Bluetooth tracking system from technology company Tile to help owners keep track of their personal belongings.