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.
On 26th of January 1926 John Logie Baird was the first person in the world to demonstrate a working television system using his televisor system
Professor John Watson has been named as a Fellow of the IEEE, The world’s largest technical professional organisation for the advancement of technology.
Some of the most iconic features of Scotland’s coasts are the many lighthouses that were so crucial in preventing shipwrecks, saving lives and goods.
Paul Wheelhouse, Scottish Government Minister for Energy, Connectivity and the Islands was at Aberdeen University’s School of Engineering to meet with Carbon Capture Machine (UK) Ltd.
Orkney College UHI is starting a new course – The National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering is to be offered by the new Engineering Department.