It has the capacity to generate electricity for 2,000 homes and is the most powerful renewable generating unit of any kind being fabricated in the UK this year.
On March 28th 1935 Robert H.Goddard successfully used gyroscopes to control a rocket.
Based at the Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway, a Class 314 car passenger train will be converted and made available by ScotRail.
The fashion industry is increasingly the focus of ways to reduce waste. And now textile engineers are researching a wool like product that has fascinating properties.
Dr Nina Baker, took us on a journey on Thursday 10th of September, celebrating the work and influence of women engineers from the earliest innovators in flight with balloon technology, through to the Space Age.
On 14th of June 1946, John Logie Baird died. He was 57.
The Planetary Science Group based at the University of Aberdeen’s School of Geosciences has developed the device in response to worldwide efforts to produce more ventilators to treat Covid-19 patients.
“”You could say that we’ve found the needle in a haystack that can unlock the full potential of this technology.”
The University of Aberdeen has announced 15 places on its Graduate Apprenticeship BEng Civil Engineering programme starting in September.
Orcadians Jack and Jimmy Twatt were fascinated with wireless.