Research and Development
General Motors has become the first US automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to adopt supercapacitors (aka ultracapacitors) as part of a start-stop system.
Cobham recently received a series of orders from BAE Systems for microelectronic products totaling approximately $51m for the F-35 Lightning II fighter jet platform.
Chinese officials have announced last week that the country will begin construction of its first space station in 2018.
The first ever all-electric double decker iconic London Red Bus has been unveiled to the public by Chinese company BYD.
Researchers from Stanford University have developed a new kind of advanced synthetic skin.
San Franciscans have a new way to ride around the city with the addition of 10 all-electric Nissan New Mobility Concept vehicles to the Scoot Networks mobility service.
A new polymeric fuel additive that reduces the intensity of post-accident jet fuel explosions has been discovered by researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).
Jonny Williamson speaks with Dr Eric Mayes, CEO of Cambridge-based Endomag – the pioneering firm behind a new diagnostic tool that could end the postcode lottery for cancer staging.
A new software update deployed yesterday by Tesla Motors has given its cars significant autonomous driving capabilities.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has today named the 12 winners of its prestigious 2015 Achievement Awards for services to engineering and technology.