Rss feed logo
Top stories

WW1: First World War archaeology - finding engineering relics

Soldiers steer a tank over a trench

16 June 2014

From "archaeologists in the trenches" to modern-day enthusiasts of the rich engineering heritage, First World War archaeology keeps uncovering more and more hidden secrets.

Solar power hot on the heels of fossil fuels, says IET award winner

Professor Stuart Wenham has been awarded the IET AF Harvey Engineering Prize for his research in solar cells

28 May 2014

Acclaimed photovoltaics engineer and winner of the IET’s AF Harvey Prize, Australian Professor Stuart Wenham visited London recently to introduce his ground-breaking research and discuss his vision of the future solar-powered world. 

World Cup 2014 security: from Hillsborough to Rio de Janeiro

CCTV at Maracana stadium Rio de Janeiro

19 May 2014

Just weeks before the start of the football World Cup, deadly clashes have broken out in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro and organisers complain of security shortfalls. Will 2014's biggest sporting event be safe?

Latest Issue

E&T cover image 1407

"Even the smallest of creatures in the most far-flung places around the world are getting wired up for tracking"

E&T jobs

E&T Marketplace

The essential source of engineering products and suppliers.

E&T podcast

Tune into our latest podcast

iTunes logo

Subscribe

Choose the way you would like to access the latest news and developments in your field.

Subscribe to E&T