A total of 56 items listed.
The Big Bang; BAE Systems Skills 2020; Bosch Technology Horizons Award; STEM E-Library Launch; 50 Years of Lasers; Education providers merge
A look at the development of the video game industry with its cross-over benefits to other engineering sectors
Professor Charles Kao CBE FREng
Man who lit up the world
Professor Kao proposed a practical optical fibre communication system and won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2009 for his work.
By Michael Kenward OBE
Geoengineering – Challenges and Global Impacts
An exploration of the ways in which the Earth’s climate can be manipulated to counteract the effects of global warming.
Making Light Work
Professors Kishan Dholakia FRSE, Will Stewart FREng and James Wilkinson
Optical tweezers and traps are being developed that can move items at the nanometer level using light.
The European Extremely Large Telescope
Professor Colin Cunningham
A new ground-based telescope that will be100 times more sensitive than Hubble
Engineering art from science
An engineer describes his fruitful partnership with a contemporary artist
ARUP, BAE Systems, Lloyd's Register, Mott MacDonald, Rolls-Royce plc
The Royal Academy of Engineering acknowledges the generous support by the following organisations for Ingenia: ARUP, BAE Systems, Lloyd's Register, Mott MacDonald, Rolls-Royce plc
Generating Laser Energy
Dr Ed Moses and Professor Mike Dunne
The engineering and construction behind the National Ignition Facility in California, and how Europe is intending to create fusion energy
Response to ‘Brightening Lives’, Educating Engineers, Protecting the Family Silver?
Professor Richard De La Rue FREng
How optoelectronic semiconductors are continuing to have an impact on modern life through the discovery of new materials and new design structures
Adapting the adhesive powers of gecko feet for industrial and commercial use