Welcome to a collection of news stories from around the world on the themes of engineering and design.Click on the link beside each feature to read more.You can sort through the news items according to the category as specified in the column on the left hand side of the page.
Two apprentice engineers at national engineering consultancy Morgan Tucker have been awarded the prestigious Institution of Civil Engineering (ICE) QUEST Technician Scholarship.Read More
The new status of Chartered Technological Product Designer has captured the imaginations - and fervour - of many IED members already.Read More
CTPD is a unique Chartership now within the reach of IED members and it’s already proving to be a winner. We would like to see even more members adding Chartered status to their credentials.Read More
Dartford, UK, 15 March 2016 – The British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) for 2016 are now open for entries at http://www.beeas.co.uk/Read More
Maplesoft has released the MapleSim CAD Toolbox, an add-on to MapleSim that allows engineers to understand and improve their mechanical designs by importing their CAD assemblies into MapleSim. The toolbox allows engineers to learn how their designs will behave as part of a larger, multi-domain ...Read More
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a technique for using chains of magnetic nanoparticles to manipulate elastic polymers in three dimensions, which could be used to remotely control ‘soft robots’.Read More
Pressure Profile Systems has unveiled the SingleTact, a miniature capacitive force sensor that is claimed to deliver superior sensitivity and repeatability compared to resistive force sensors.Read More
Work is beginning on a new research project led by four UK universities that aims to deliver smarter, more reliable sensor based systems. These will help to determine the future success of smart cities, the internet of things, big data and self-driving vehicles. The Science of Sensor Systems ...Read More
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