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

4D additive process from Loughborough

Engineers at Loughborough University have developed a new type of additive manufacturing that toughens printed parts over time, giving them a 4D aspect.

The Engineering Design Show Workshop Programme

A number of workshops from companies including Headline Sponsors Wurth Electronics UK and Solid State Supplies will provide delegates with insight into a variety of topical issues. They include ...

Low-cost ventilator from Imperial

Engineers at Imperial College London have developed a simple new ventilator design that could help provide essential medical treatment in low-income countries.

Manufacturers feel supply chain pinch

The rate of manufacturing growth has fallen for the fourth consecutive month, as a shortage of labour and the supply chain crisis begins to bite.

MTC and NCC aid Paralympic gold rush

The Manufacturing Technology Centre and National Composite Centre have helped a UK Paralympic legend add to her career gold medal tally at the Tokyo games.

3D printed vax patch could boost immunity

A 3D printed patch that uses microneedles to deliver vaccination has been found to produce an immune response 10 times greater than traditional muscular injection.

REE Automotive and Hino win design award

EV platform developer REE Automotive and Toyota company Hino Motors have won the European Product Design Award in the ‘Design for Society’ category.

Entries for Springboard close today!

?The Springboard aims to propel start-ups and entrepreneurs by giving them a platform to share their innovations. Not only will successful entrants get to share their solution to thousands of ...

Goodfellow acquired by Battery Ventures

?Battery Ventures, a global, technology-focused investment firm, announced it has acquired Goodfellow, a specialist supplier of high-quality materials for research and development, prototyping and ...

40% of UK manufacturers lack sustainability policy

?40% of UK manufacturers polled by Subcon – the UK’s leading subcontract manufacturing supply chain show – are operating without a sustainability policy despite the UK hosting Cop 26 this year. 95 ...

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Design, Online

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