25 Feb 2021
For the best protection against COVID-19, the fit of a mask is as important, or more important, than the material it is made of.
24 Feb 2021
A team of engineers has identified the ‘violent’ physical processes at work inside the lungs which cause wheezing, a condition that affects up to a quarter of the world’s population.
19 Feb 2021
Help us to show off the varied world of engineering by entering your photos and videos into our annual Photography Competition, sponsored by ZEISS (Scanning electron microscopy division).
18 Feb 2021
The Department announces with deep sadness the death of Emeritus Professor John 'Shôn' Ffowcs-Williams who has died aged 85. He was a leading expert in noise-reduction technology.
16 Feb 2021
Hydroponic farming challenges traditional methods in favour of soil-less, water-based farming processes. A virtual forecasting model has been developed for its ongoing operational success.
11 Feb 2021
A team of engineers and scientists has developed a method of ‘up-sizing’ organoids: miniature collections of cells which mimic the behaviour of various organs.
10 Feb 2021
Alumni Chris Mack and John Ross recently got in touch to to share the story of the design and creation of their stair-climbing mobility vehicle.
08 Feb 2021
Tanyaradzwa (Tanya) Mangoma enjoys the challenge of learning something new and being innovative. Her research focuses on 3D printing organic electrical circuits that function like the brain.
03 Feb 2021
Over the last ten years, global demand for concrete has grown three-fold and for steel two-fold.
01 Feb 2021
4th year student Alexa Brett is working on a new collaborative project with the humanitarian charity HoverAid to improve the design of the hovercraft used to reach remote communities.