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Nanotechnology: The Tiny Wonders Transforming Engineering

Nanotechnology involves the precise manipulation of matter at the nanoscale, enabling the creation of new materials that push the boundaries of engineering. This capability opens avenues for....

Signal Processing In The Analog vs Digital Domain

Throughout recent years, the music industry has shifted how people listen to and create music. The move has been away from analog - using circuitry alongside a variety of other physical techniques....

Brain Chip Interfaces: A Dangerous Idea?​

Brain-chip Interfaces, also known as BCIs, are a type of technology which allows for the creation of a communication pathway between the brain’s electrical activity and an external device....

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Biotechnology

”It will either be the best thing that’s ever happened to us, or it will be the worst thing.” - Stephen Hawking Introduction The twin revolution in artificial intelligence and biotechnology is....

The Bright Future of Solar Power

Solar power is the world’s fastest growing energy generation technology. Due to its many benefits, it is a very good candidate for replacing much of the fossil fuel power generation in use today....

Talking Engineering: Dr Sanjay Vijendran

For nearly 7000 hours per year, Europe’s hundreds of millions of solar panels face a sunless sky. In the race to replace fossil fuels with sustainable alternatives, the European Space Agency (ESA) is....

Talking Engineering: Dr Simon Thomas

Talking Engineering 10: Dr Simon ThomasThe Revolutionary Potential of Graphene in Electronics Conducted by Max Hersov, December 2022 A University of Cambridge spin-off founded in 2017, Paragraf is the....

A Crash Course on Quantum Computers

(Warning: Maths ahead.) A quantum computer uses phenomena unique to the quantum world, such as the strange idea that something can be in two different states simultaneously. In this article, we’ll....

Talking Engineering: Simon Hombersley

Every year, Europe alone releases into the environment the microplastic equivalent of 10bn plastic bottles. Much of this ends up in the ocean, where they are ingested by marine life, blocking....
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