A total of 43 items listed.
Cleaning wastewater with algae
As new regulations call for lower levels of phosphorous in returned wastewater, algae provide a cheaper and lower-carbon method of purification.
Making it rain
Clever mechanical engineering has been employed to flood the stage in a production of classic musical Singin’ in the Rain, allowing performers to dance, jump and splash about on stage.
Design-led innovation and sustainability
Hugh Ferguson, Bruce Martin, Darren Barlow and David McAllister
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in Athens, Greece, combines attractive architecture with innovative engineering to be as accessible and beneficial as possible.
How to create the perfect wave
Waves of various shapes and sizes are being created by engineers for swimming, surfing, testing and research
Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, Engineering award winners, Living without electricity report, The UK STEM education landscape, Bridge building in Rwanda, UK student wins international engineering prize, British rocket propels Juno to Jupiter
Securing water supplies with sand dams
Jenny Bardwell talked to Simon Maddrell, Executive Director of the charity Excellent Development, about the principles and success of sand dams.
London's deepest tunnel and shafts
The Lee Tunnel – the UK water industry’s largest project since its privatisation in 1989 – is the deepest tunnel ever built in London
Bringing cleaner seas to Sussex
Richard Hodgson and Graham Sugrue
Richard Hodgson, Programme Manager, Southern Water, and Graham Sugrue, Project Director, 4Delivery, talked to Ingenia describing both the challenges of the build as well as detailing how a modern sewage treatment plant works.
Responses to: Education Editorial, Building for floods
Professor Neil A Downie, Professor Kel Fidler FREng, Sir Kevin Leeson and Robert Barker
After the 2014 floods: The future management of flood risk
Professor Enda O'Connell FREng and Professor Jim Hall FREng