Terrestrial microgravity simulates space experiments

Scientists at the University of Barcelona have simulated the microgravity found in space laboratories to experiment with the growth of crystalline structures.

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Cracking concrete

​Given its importance in our lives, concrete doesn’t get a great deal of appreciation. We tend to take it for granted even as it supports our most important infrastructure.

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A Budget for business?

Following the Budget, Eureka takes a look at some of the reactions from industry and engineering.

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British Engineering Excellence Awards

The BEEAs aim to demonstrate and promote the quality of engineering design within the UK, and emphasise innovation and effectiveness of smaller companies enabling them to compete on equal footing with larger ones.


Engineering Design Show

With a high level conference, free practical workshops and an exhibition demonstrating and promoting cutting edge technology and innovation, the Engineering Design Show is the only event providing for the needs of the UK’s design engineers.


Engineering Materials

Engineering Materials is the place to find out about all things happening in the materials world. We regularly update our features, news, videos, blogs, tweets and more to bring you the latest coverage on everything from composites to coatings.


New Electronics

Established more than 50 years ago, New Electronics is the electronics industry's leading magazine and a central hub for design engineers. New Electronics keeps designers and managers up to date with the fastest moving industry in the world.


MADE in Ireland

The mission of ‘MADE in Ireland’ is to reflect and promote the success story that is Ireland’s engineering sector by reporting on the manufacturing and design exploits of Irish companies and in turn to offer those companies an information resource that accurately reflects their markets.

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