A total of 42 items listed.
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.
A concrete-impregnated fabric, first developed for building durable emergency shelters, is now being used as a quick, cost-effective method of laying concrete throughout a range of industries
Making waves; Sustainable manufacturing; Coastal eco-cities collegium; AeroMSc bursary; Manufacturing report; Wireless charging buses
Inside the rain room - No umbrella required
The Rain Room creates an interactive indoor downpour that gallery visitors can walk through without getting wet
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
Celebrating steam innovation; Water music; SET for Britain; Forum for engineering
In Brief: short articles and engineering news
Response to: Earthquakes, again; Response to: University Technical Colleges; Student placement schemes
Dr Scott Steedman CBE FREng
Responses to: Value of apprenticeships; Limited resources; Response to: Femtocells; RedR responds to Pakistan floods; Druk White Lotus update
Damon de Laszlo; John Davis FREng; Dr Gary Evans; Erin Noordeloos; Philip Cornwell
Amy goes for Gold; Millennium Technology Prize; SET for success; Global Water Security; Science for All; The seed cathedral; EXTRA: Volcanic ash and the gas turbine engine
Adapting infrastructure to a changing climate
Lord John Krebs, Professor Jim Hall
The threat of more frequent and damaging natural disasters means the UK needs to adapt its national infrastructure.
Professor Dominic Reeve, Dr Vanesa Magar, Dr Shunqi Pan
Coastal engineers put forward the probabilities of flooding and how offshore defences are being introduced off the UK coastline