Technology and Innovation
Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors has shown off its so-called ‘Gigafactory’ to the media for the first time.
GSK has declared a further multi-million pound UK investment less than a week after the pharmaceutical giant announced a £275m investment into its UK manufacturing sites.
The spotlight on R&D and innovation, which has historically been synonymous with multi-nationals, has shifted more recently towards small and medium-sized businesses, according to The State of Engineering 2015 report. Dr Graeme Malcolm shares his experiences of bringing the SolsTiS to market through building his own business M-Squared Lasers.
A select number of leaders from across the industrial landscape came together to discover how advanced technologies are helping manufacturers adopt servitization.
Solar powered aircraft ‘Solar Impulse 2’ has completed a marathon circumnavigation of the globe this week.
Three young women engineers have been recognised by Bosch for their visions of how the Internet of Things (IoT) might transform the way we live our lives.
Connected devices, Smart Factory, Industry 4.0, Connected Factory, IoT, IIoT - there's a lot of buzz around these relatively new but basically interchangeable ideas.
Stagecoach has become the first UK bus operator to implement an innovative modification to its electric buses which allows them to run for longer in between charging sessions.
The Nuclear AMRC is working with Sellafield Ltd to cut the cost of making future designs of nuclear waste container boxes, potentially saving hundreds of millions of pounds in decommissioning costs.
UK multinational defence technology company, QinetiQ, has developed a rubbery material that could make aircraft structures three times more resistant to impacts such as bird and drone strikes.