Researchers hope that miniaturised model organ-on-chips, currently under development, could lead to
more realistic alternatives to testing drugs on animals.
Stories include this year's QEPrize winner, engineering ethics, funding for a gigafactory, and the first implanted brain stimulator.
Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE FREng sets out how buildings can be COVID-safe and climate friendly.
Professor Trevor Cross FREng is a
key player in the development of
Kate Todd-Davis shares how she
gained a degree during her manufacturing apprenticeship at Rolls-Royce.
Accurate GPS positioning in cities can be affected by obstructions like tall buildings. A new technology aims to improve this accuracy.
Lab-on-a-chip technology, developed to help us live healthier, has been adapted to provide rapid, lab-free tests for COVID-19.
Unseen corrosion can cause severe issues
if left undetected in infrastructure. A new
tool aims to identify the problem
before damage is caused.
Dr Youmna Mouhamad used her real-world experience to develop an innovative comb for detangling textured hair.
Advanced technology in robotic
vacuum cleaners helps them steer
clear of all kinds of obstacles.
For Rose Grey, an early love for science led to a career as a software engineer.
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