Interviews about Engineering

Interviews about engineering, civil engineering, manufacturing, jet engines, materials science and transport...

07 April 2020

A lot of us have been using video conference software, but how safe is it?

17 March 2020

What's a digital twin, how do they work?

17 March 2020

When should the new replace the old?

17 March 2020

How does natural ventilation work?

17 March 2020

How do you farm in a World War 2 air raid shelter?

17 March 2020

Would you shop somewhere that didn't have tills?

03 March 2020

A student group have come up with a device for capturing bits of tyre as they come off vehicles...

03 March 2020

Would you buy an electric car?

03 March 2020

How are we going to recycle the materials inside electric car batteries?

03 March 2020

How easy is it to pay to charge an electric car?

03 March 2020

If electric cars are to be zero emissions, you need to be able to store the green energy used to power them...

03 March 2020

How can your electric car support the national grid?

03 March 2020

What’s actually powering the average electric car?

25 February 2020

How does the old clock work?

25 February 2020

A new way to generate power?

18 February 2020

Contrails cause a third of aviation's contribution to global warming. A new technique could solve this...

28 January 2020

Nesyamun was a priest in ancient Egypt - and now he can speak and sing again...

24 January 2020

China and India said they had cut emissions of potent greenhouse gas HFC-23 - but levels seem to be rising...

14 January 2020

What the applications of origami?

07 January 2020

It's that time of the show, where our panel competes to win Big Brains of the Month...

17 December 2019

How do you replicate a plastic rabbit?

17 December 2019

How did George Laurer's invention work to revolutionise retail?

10 December 2019

Lawrence Jones is stuck beneath ten feet of snow. How can his friends find him in time?

09 December 2019

Adrian asks: why would a used battery bounce on its end more than a full one? Phil Sansom explains...