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The latest news from the fast-moving world of engineering design, including the latest innovations, applications and research information.


UK CubeSat to hitch SpaceX ride

A CubeSat developed at the University of Manchester is set to be launched on SpaceX’s CRS-22 mission on June 3rd from Kennedy Space Centre, Florida.





Torque vectoring study promises EV boost

New research from the University of Surrey has shown how a novel technique for torque vectoring could improve the range and safety of electric vehicles.



IET marks 150th anniversary

May 17 2021 marks the 150th anniversary of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, an organisation that now spans 153 countries.


Graphene sensor plays it cool

A UK-developed graphene Hall effect sensor has been put through its paces at extreme low temperatures and magnetic field strengths.





AMRC aids therapeutic exercise concept

Design and prototyping expertise from the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has helped a former GP to prove out an ambitious idea for a new way of exercising that ...



COMSOL News Special Edition: Power

Read the special edition of COMSOL News to learn how power engineers benefit from using the COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation software to develop transformers, cable systems, power electronics and ...









3D printed self-healing hydrogels

Researchers have developed a printable hydrogel that is able to self-heal using light, and which could have wide-ranging applications in medicine, soft robotics and energy storage.




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Design, Online

Eureka! launches 'Design, Online', a new webinar event featuring five leading ...