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EngineeringTalk 10/26/2020 06:28
A project to develop surface treatments that can provide long-lasting protection against COVID-19 has been launched at Birmingham University. The EPSRC-funded research will develop new antiviral sprays, films, and other products that can be deployed via additives in existing commercial products, such as detergents, or integrated with current packaging processes, forming an invisible and long-lasting […]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/23/2020 06:47
The industrial consortium developing the RAF’s next generation combat air system has revealed concepts expected to give Tempest its winning edge. These include a so-called ‘wearable cockpit with aircraft controls projected via Virtual and Augmented Reality. The concept from BAE Systems sees the physical controls seen in current cockpits replaced with Augmented and Virtual Reality […]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/23/2020 04:50
Current competition rules lead to technology projects that are outdated before they’ve even begun. Brexit and upcoming government spending reviews create an opportunity to put this right argues Dr Simon Harwood, Cranfield University’s head of defence and security. On his way to Number 10, Dominic Cummings was caught by photographers engrossed in an old […]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/22/2020 11:04
Following the success of the first event in August, The Engineer’s sister title Eureka! Magazine is hosting another ‘Design, Online’ event featuring webinars event featuring three more leading technology companies There has never been a more crucial time to ensure your business is up-to-date with the latest trends and technology, but lockdown and social distancing […]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/22/2020 04:19
An expert panel discusses engineering applications of advanced materials and coatings Advanced materials are at the sharp end of any engineered product: key to delivering on the ever more challenging and insatiable demand for longer life, lighter weight, reduced environmental impact and advanced performance.
EngineeringTalk 10/21/2020 06:57
Purdue researchers used architectural features from spider webs to develop 3D photodetectors for biomedical imaging. According to Chi Hwan Lee, a Purdue assistant professor of biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering, the team employed the unique fractal design of a spider web for the development of deformable and reliable electronics that interface with any 3D curvilinear […]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/21/2020 06:01
Two students who developed a new method to produce Benzene have won the North American section of the 2020 AVEVA Design Academic Competition. The competition was open to chemical engineering students in EMEA and North America keen to challenge themselves using AVEVA Process Simulation software. Students were judged on criteria including the quality, completeness and correctness […]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/21/2020 04:52
In sectors such as engineering there is a pressing need to proactively support employees’ mental health, says Dave Capper, CEO of Westfield Health When lockdown was first introduced back in March, the challenges were obvious and immediate: figuring out if and how people could work remotely, understanding the complexities of the furlough scheme, grappling [...]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/21/2020 04:43
A major study has been launched to understand the risks of COVID-19 transmission on public transport and to identify the best measures to control it. Led by Leeds University and dubbed Project TRACK (Transport Risk Assessment for Covid Knowledge), the 18-month study will conduct fieldwork on buses and trains in London, Leeds and Newcastle, including the light-rail system in […]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/20/2020 05:07
Engineers at Sheffield University have developed a new low temperature technique to produce biocompatible glass components from powder which is claimed to offer considerable energy savings over traditional processing routes. The group, from the university’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering has applied the technique – known as cold sintering – to produce bioactive glasses […]. .
EngineeringTalk 10/15/2020 19:02
Researchers at Nottingham University are developing BeeSave, an eco-friendly alternative to pesticides against the varroa mite, one of the biggest threats to honeybees in the UK. BeeSave is a patented, self-heating pack, being promoted by Professor Saffa Riffat, Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences and President of the World Society of Sustainable Technologies and […]. .

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