Manufacturing

26 September 2017

What could exoskeleton technology mean for the future?

07 June 2016

Making concrete accounts for 5% of GLOBAL carbon emissions, so is there a better alternative?

06 June 2016

Imagine all the kit you need to start your own molecular biology lab, packed down into the size of a laptop bag and...

03 April 2016

These days origami has more uses than just paper, like using DNA to make teeny tiny objects!

15 March 2016

Can we make circuits that are more flexible than silicon?

02 February 2016

Blueprints for 3D printed plastic guns may be released online - are these a threat to security?

21 December 2015

Computer coding and music seem like they're worlds apart but actually they're remarkably compatible as Kat...

08 December 2015

Abbey Road studio has a history in music technology but now it's getting back involved with a hub for startups,...

08 December 2015

The digitalisation of music has profoundly impacted the workings of the music industry, but is this a bad thing?

14 September 2015

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

24 August 2015

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

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-...

11 May 2015

New technology enables jet engine engineers at Rolls-Royce to monitor the health of their engines even in flight...

17 April 2015

Where there's beer, there's bacteria! Molecular forensics cna be used to follow bugs around breweries to...

24 March 2015

A revolutionary 3D printer inspired by the Hollywood blockbuster "Terminator 2" has been developed and uses...

23 October 2014

Engineers turn to the natural world for ideas to create robots that can fly, 3D print and repair buildings in drone...

20 October 2014

Can we change wood at the molecular level to make it suitable for building "plyscrapers"?

26 September 2014

Taking inspiration from mussels, scientists have made a super-strong glue-like substance that even works underwater...

23 September 2014

3D printing can also be used at the nano-scale, creating scaffolding which can be used to give materials new...

23 September 2014

Cambridge based company Dovetailed have developed a process to print fruit, including ones that don’t even exist, like...

23 September 2014

Could 3D printers ever save us a trip to the pharmacy by allowing us to print out prescription drugs at home?

23 September 2014

With enormous waiting lists for replacement livers and kidneys, could 3D printing be an eventual solution to organ...