Research and Development
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Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering judges and trustees have called on world governments to protect education spend in order to produce the next generation of engineers.
Global soft drink giant PepsiCo released its first quarter results for 2016 this week revealing that it is currently receiving less than 25% of its global sales from carbonated soft drinks.
Industrial automation has been around for decades, but up until recently its use in indoor agriculture has been minimal.
Crestron Electronics announced this month that it will expand its building and home automation technology business with the development of a new new campus in Plano, Texas just outside of Dallas.
Fanuc is collaborating with Cisco, Rockwell and Preferred Networks on the development and deployment of a platform that connects CNC machines with robots, peripheral devices and sensors.
A new satellite launch vehicle developed by the US military called the XS-1 has received funding from the US government to enter the second phase of its design process.
Jacobs Engineering Group has been awarded the Test Evaluation and Support Team 2 (TEST2) contract at NASA’s White Sands Test Facility near Las Cruces, New Mexico.
A new initiative announced yesterday has created a plan to send a swarm of tiny probes to Alpha Centauri, Earth’s nearest star.
Airbus and Siemens have signed a collaboration agreement to work on hybrid electric propulsion systems with the aim of creating small hybrid planes that will be partly powered by electricity.