Interviews about Engineering

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

20 November 2015

Kat Arney tackles a long held myth that glass is a liquid...

17 November 2015

In the summer we cought up with the cambridge eco car racing team, this week we got back in touch to see how they did...

17 November 2015

What can big data do and how has the cloud enabled the big data revolution?

17 November 2015

When we save something on the cloud where is it actually kept and how much energy is needed to keep it there?

02 November 2015

A way of moving objects from a distance with the use of sound waves has been revealed...

02 November 2015

When you take into account everything, from construction to battery recycling, are electric cars any greener?

02 November 2015

Pit an electric Tesla against a petrol car in a time trial and who will win? The bets are on...

02 November 2015

Electrifying vehicles may be one way to clean up our act but what can we do about our current stock of cars? Turn them...

12 October 2015

There's the radiation, the microgravity and even sound waves to think about when sending humans to the Red Planet.

11 October 2015

James Field has just launched a new company called LabGenius, capitalising on the growing interest in synthetic...

09 October 2015

To find out more about synthetic biology, and where it all started, I spoke to Professor Richard Kitney from Imperial...

06 October 2015

How the magnetic properties of galfenol can be used to send super fast signals and protect passengers in car crashes.

21 September 2015

A new advance in technology could bring us another step closer to real life invisibility cloaks.

14 September 2015

Fakes cost economies billions, but this could be about to change with the development of a 3D bar code.

07 September 2015

This beast is not only the largest of its kind found to date, but also the oldest, roaming the oceans 460 million years...

24 August 2015

A new polymer, which changes colour on impact, could help assess the severity of head injuries for soldiers and...

24 August 2015

Google's open-source, modular phone has had to be delayed, but will we see more, similar products in future?

17 August 2015

More people have access to a mobile phone than to a proper toilet, but there are researchers working to change this.

10 August 2015

Graphene has some truly exceptional properties. The real killer application will be in something totally novel, but...

10 August 2015

We have heard all the hype, but what is graphene actually doing for us right now? What are the current uses of this...

10 August 2015

Graphene has some impressive properties, but how do we actually make it commercially? What happens in a graphene-...

21 July 2015

If you have to pop the shoe shop, the bank and the grocers, which way is quickest? How do computers work this out and...

21 July 2015

The Cambridge University Eco Racing team have unveiled their solar powered car, Evolution ahead of the World Solar...

14 July 2015

Do you have what it takes to become a drone racer?