Wind Turbines like most electro/mechanical devices do need some maintenance. Conventionally once a year.
Engineers at the University of Maryland (UMD) have created a new shape-changing or “morphing” 3D printing nozzle which can print “fiber-filled composites”
Based at the Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway, a Class 314 car passenger train will be converted and made available by ScotRail.
On 15th of November 1971 the Intel Corporation put on general sale the Intel 4004 microprocessor.
Developing safe and cost-effective storage and transportation methods for hydrogen is essential but complicated given the interaction of hydrogen with structural materials.
Researchers at RMIT University, Australia, have been working on developing bricks that use recycled cigarette butts in their composition.
“The ATMS programme will have social and economic implications for communities across the region. The primary impact will come from the loss of high-quality jobs from remote communities and centralise the economic benefits in Inverness.”
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.
“”transport is now the highest emitting sector in Scotland, responsible for roughly 36% of greenhouse gas emissions in 2018. Emissions are largely unchanged on 1990 levels.”
Looking forward to a sustainable and successful post Covid Tourism sector was discussed by Dr Ross Tinsley, Programme Leader for Undergraduate Tourism at Edinburgh Napier University and Dr Craig Dalzell of Common Weal.