Developments

The latest innovation and inventions from the world of engineering can be found here. Learn about advances in technology and how they can make a real difference within your industry.

3D printed bridge debuts
3D printing building technique takes construction into digital future
3D printing electrodes for energy storage technologies
3D printing proving helpful in Kenya
5G smart factories on the industrial automation horizon
A back flipping robot 'Cheetah' is the latest mechanical marvel
A Brazilian millennial startup: fighting floods
A day in the life of a systems engineer
A fire in the cathedral, a nation left heartbroken
A giant leap for AI and machine learning
A new year of engineering innovation commences
A tale of two above-water railroads
A tale of two gold mines
A ‘kite’ could provide electricity for many around the world in 2019
Advancements in biomedical engineering
Affordable virtual reality platform for CAD engineers now available
AI and technology, leaving no student behind
An engineering cold war
An offshore oil rig diver’s incredible tale of survival
An undersea hotel room is the latest civil engineering marvel
And now for the weather...from an unmanned submarine
Are engineering graduates actually getting jobs in engineering?
Are flying cars the future of sustainable transport?
As Engineers Always Stick to Simple English
Australia’s apartment building cracks show corner-cutting in civil engineering
Australia’s bushfires leave engineers with much to work with
Australia’s crown achievement of engineering set to expand
Australia’s drones deliver vaccines to those who need it most
Australia’s transition to renewables too slow?
Automation in mining may be unavoidable in 2020
Automation won’t replace skilled workers, say experts
Autonomous ferry to replace footbridges in Norway
Autonomous solutions coming soon to offshore wind turbines
Aviation engineering changing shape
Bikes from declining bicycle-sharing business put to new incredible use
Biomedical Engineering: Software and the precocious Bots
Britam Tower in Kenya awarded best in mechanical and electrical engineering
Buckingham Palace Reservicing could Include Solar
Can we get 90% of the globe connected to the internet by 2050?
Chernobyl TV show produces real engineering discussion
China’s investments into the country’s clean energy marches on
Chinese engineering companies found guilty of copycat engineering
Civil engineers look to remedy London Tube’s heat problem
Coffee and construction: an unlikely pairing
Could this finally be a replacement for lithium-ion batteries?
Cybersecurity can no longer be ignored in a world of IoT devices
Digital advancement highlights skills shortages and ill-prepared educational institutions
Digital fabrication producing smart constructions
Do Self- Driving Cars Present a huge Opportunity or Not ?
Does it stick? How nanoscale engineering helps keep everything together
EIT attends TEQSA's fourth annual conference
EIT lecturer 3D prints protective equipment to combat COVID-19 in the Phillipines
EIT looks to develop education and skills in Namibia
EIT Meets Market Demand in Engineering Education
EIT to launch a campus in Melbourne
Electric vehicle fires spark concerns
Electrical engineering jobs in high demand
Electricity generating textiles on the rise
Electricity in the air: The oncoming electric taxi jet revolution
Engineering a green port
Engineering education for solving problems of disabled and elderly
Engineering security measures to fight terrorism
Engineering under the microscope after new aircraft disasters
Engineers and scientists come together to battle climate change
Engineers betting all their chips on AI
Engineers design chip that turns wasted heat into usable energy
Engineers design tape measure for the blind
Engineers discover void in Great Pyramid
Engineers do battle in the Solar Car Challenge
Engineers look for solutions to overheating solar panels
Engineers look to lowering emissions in aviation
Engineers skip work to protest for climate change
Engineers unveil wearable ultrasound sensor
Entrepreneurship, the gig economy and you
Fix it or replace it? Troubleshooting engineers save a city $10 million
Flexi-batteries ready for powering the future
Flying cars to be tested across the globe
Giving robots situational awareness...under water
Global internet connectivity on the horizon
Google’s augmented reality search could help propel engineering education
Grand Egyptian Museum nearing completion
Gravity energy storage applications show promise
Grease is the word
Harvesting the African sun with Kenya’s first utility-scale IPP project
Holographic lectures now a reality
Hop aboard the self-driving fleet of ships
How automation is changing the mechanical engineering industry
How to engineer around a polar vortex?
How to rebuild a spillway
How viable is President Trump’s Wall?
Hurricane Harvey: Engineering industries confront the flooding and infrastructure needs for the future
In the name of manufacturing, mechanical engineers study Wombat faeces
Industrial automation growing manufacturing economies
Industrial automation’s effect on the electricity industry
Innovation amidst adversity
Integrating automation into airport ground equipment
Internet of Things, alive and well?
Introducing the world’s first electric tugboat
Introducing the world’s first rail line powered by solar farm
Is Machine Learning the Key to Efficient Project Management?

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