Research and Development
The third quarter of 2015 experienced a record $52bn (£34.5bn) in merger and acquisitions (M&A) activity for the defence and aerospace industry.
The future of organ donation has been changed forever thanks to a new device, aptly named 'Heart in a Box', that allows a heart from a deceased person to resume beating.
This year’s Tokyo Motor Show saw automakers focusing heavily on low-emissions offerings, with a shift towards hydrogen fuel cell technology and autonomous vehicle developments.
The government of South Korea has announced a new cooperative project to develop factory robots for use in the country’s manufacturing sector.
On Tuesday, 27 October, at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015, Nissan unveiled the IDS Concept, a vehicle it said embodies the company's vision of the future of autonomous driving and zero emission EVs.
BAE Systems and Reaction Engines Limited have announced a collaboration to develop a ground breaking new aerospace engine.
As a part of its continued expansion into the aerospace sector, lightweight metals specialist, Alcoa, last Thursday officially opened its new US jet engine parts manufacturing facility in La Porte, Indiana.
British Motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph, has released a new generation of what it calls the 'most famous name and distinctive silhouette' in motorcycling: the Triumph Bonneville.
FUSO has successfully completed testing of its new battery-powered and locally emission-free Canter E-Cell truck at the Daimler Trucks Centre of Competence for Hybrid Technology.
Design team leader at Owen Mumford, Myles Whiting lifts the curtain and provides an exclusive backstage view of how the R&D department within a successful medical device manufacturer works.