A total of 108 items listed.
Testing the lunar surface; Engineering habits of mind; Breaking the ice; A quiet revolution; Newton fellowships
After the 2014 floods: The future management of flood risk
Professor Enda O'Connell FREng and Professor Jim Hall FREng
Patrick Bellew RDI FREng, of environmental engineers Atelier Ten, outlines the engineering challenges and solutions generated by the Gardens by the Bay project.
Modelling UK weather patterns
Ingenia talked to Paul Davies, Chief Meteorologist at the Met Office, about the processes involved and the new technology developed to improve UK forecasting.
Making waves; Sustainable manufacturing; Coastal eco-cities collegium; AeroMSc bursary; Manufacturing report; Wireless charging buses
Keeping track of energy
From water-powered cooling systems to regenerative braking, London Underground’s engineers aim to keep London moving comfortably and efficiently
Extreme space weather; Global environmental prize; Champion apprentice; Academy initiatives; Water engineer wins award
In Brief: short articles and engineering news
Perfecting the jet engine
Professor Philip Ruffles CBE FREng FRS
Larger fans and the application of composite materials will make jet engines of the future lighter and more efficient
Fishing for pollutants
The SHOAL project uses engineering expertise from academia and industry to create autonomous pollution-sensing robots to monitor ports in real time
Creating stratospheric instrument platforms
Dr András Sóbester
With smartphones, GPS and 3D rapid prototyping, the ASTRA project transforms humble radiosondes into sophisticated and recoverable data capture devices
Inspirational Technician Award; The Big Bang Fair; Carbon capture and storage collegium; Domestic heating report; Technology Horizons Award; Queen Elizabeth Prize; Academy new year reception
How low can we go?
Dr Martin Knopf
Downsizing the internal combustion engine is cutting fuel consumption, improving vehicle efficiency and reducing carbon emissions