Engineering


27 March 2011

An important resource that we find in deep dark places are the metals and minerals we need for industry and everyday...

20 March 2011

Meera and Dave have been out to the Diamond synchrotron, an electron accelerator, based in Didcot, Oxfordshire where...

06 March 2011

We’ve heard how drugs like aspirin can be used, but how are they actually made? For this week’s Naked Engineering,...

20 February 2011

If a time came that we needed to alter our atmospheric chemistry, how physically could we do it? Meera and Dave...

09 January 2011

Amputees can struggle with the inflexibility of artificial limbs. At Blatchford Prosthetics, they have engineered a new...

21 November 2010

Meera and Dave explore the structures that can shape-shift from one shape to another - also known as bistable...

14 November 2010

Dave and Meera make some waves to find out how damaged ships interact with the movement of the sea...

17 October 2010

Turbulence occurs in fluids and one way we often transport fluids around is in pipes. Tobias Schneider from Harvard...

17 October 2010

This week, the winner of the Rolls-Royce Annual Science Prize was announced during a special ceremony held at the...

17 October 2010

When most people hear the word ‘turbulence’ they immediately think of being thrown around inside an airplane and...

17 October 2010

Meera and Dave explore how the principles of convection can be manipulated to cool down, and warm up, our buildings...