A total of 43 items listed.
The technology behind The Tempest
Richard Gray, Sarah Ellis, Ben Lumsden and Tawny Schlieski
Motion-capture technology that is usually used on film sets is being employed live on stage to bring elements of Shakespeare’s play to life.
Francis Crick Institute, London
Hugh Ferguson, Steve Berry and Rob Patridge
How the challenges of designing and building this world-leading centre for biomedical research and innovation were overcome
Ingenious awards, First UK Robotics Week, Enterprise Fellowships awarded, Celebrating women engineers, Geared up for Olympic success, Engineering season at the V&A
Fulton Center, NYC
The engineer and freelance writer Hugh Ferguson talked to Craig Covil, Principal of Arup and New York Project Director, to find out the main challenges and how they were overcome.
Jan Wurm, an associate director at Arup, was one of the chief designers of the energy system. He talked to Jill Entwistle about the concept, execution and results from the world’s first photobioreactor.
Brian Duguid and Ladislav Šašek
Mott MacDonald’s Brian Duguid, Practice Leader – Bridges, and Ladislav Šašek, Chief Designer for Prague’s Troja Bridge, explain the potential for this underexploited form of bridge design
Responses to: Education editorial, Kelpies, Autonomous vehicles editorial
Dr Graham C Bray, Alan Hayward FREng, Professor Will Stewart FREng
More than a bridge, A call to action, Create the Trophy winner, Rosetta mission, Inflatable incubators, Africa prize, and Ingenia live
The Falkirk Kelpies
Felicity Starr, lead structural engineer for Atkins on The Kelpies project, worked with Andy Scott, the sculptor, on creating the 30m tall horses. She explains how the vision was turned into reality.
Patrick Bellew RDI FREng, of environmental engineers Atelier Ten, outlines the engineering challenges and solutions generated by the Gardens by the Bay project.
Green facelift for concrete buildings
Professor Doug King FREng
Recladding energy-inefficient buildings is far less carbon-intensive than knocking down and rebuilding
Engineers in Arup’s Hong Kong offices worked with a team of volunteers and villagers to build a footbridge in a remote area of China