Professor Jane Rickson
Agricultural engineering techniques are reducing, capturing and storing carbon emissions from soil.
Stories include engineering award winners, student engineers, an African biowaste innovation, recommendations to improve Black representation in UK motorsport, and engineering engagement activities.
Professor Roger Kemp MBE FREng argues that a new approach is needed in engineering education to manage the complex zero carbon systems of the future.
Dr Agnes Kaposi FREng recounts the remarkable story of her life, from a childhood in Nazi-occupied Hungary to shaping the field of systems engineering.
Chemical engineer Michelle Watiki talks about how her interest in engineering led to work placements at Rolls-Royce.
NASA’s Perseverance rover is exploring Mars with the help of British-made CCD technology.
A hydrogen-powered aircraft is aiming to make air travel more sustainable.
Reusing and recycling when transforming building can save significant carbon emissions.
Engineering innovations are creating immersive environments in theatre and sport.
The Silver Medals are awarded for an outstanding personal contribution to UK engineering.
This prize-winning innovation allows users to verify their identity, remotely and securely.
What makes some plastics compostable?
Information about upcoming events, exhibitions and much more to help you learn about engineering.
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