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In a year in which Covid-19 wreaked havoc on the economy, the nation’s SMEs held firm and demonstrated a resilience that bodes well for the year ahead. Rishi Sunak’s Spending Review in November 2020 brought the financial cost of Covid-19 into sharp focus. Referring to predictions from the Office of Budget Responsibility (OBR) he told […] The post The Engineer Q&A: SME resilience in a time of crisis appeared first on The Engineer. [ read more ]
Alistair Kean, environmental director at COWI, explores how engineers can help lay the path towards net zero The inaugural address to members of the Institute of Civil Engineers from incoming President, Rachel Skinner, was stark. “The way we, as civil engineers, have planned, designed, constructed and operate our infrastructure systems have been part of the […] The post Shaping zero: responding to the infrastructure challenge appeared first on The Engineer. [ read more ]
Engineers in the US have developed an AI-driven biosensor armband that can detect hand gestures and could be used to control prosthetics or video games. Built at the University of California, Berkeley, the system recognises hand gestures based on 64 different electrical signals in the forearm. These signals are then fed into a chip […] The post Biosensor armband could control prosthetics appeared first on The Engineer. [ read more ]
Cloud adoption for shopfloor production data will gain significant momentum but that is just a fraction of what is in store in 2021, says Jason Chester, Director of Global Channel Programs, InfinityQS. It is that time of the year when we get asked to provide our predictions on what the manufacturing sector can expect in […] The post Predictions for global manufacturing in 2021 and beyond appeared first on The Engineer. [ read more ]
Scientists at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) have used a photosynthesis protein produced a semi-artificial electrode that can convert light energy into other forms of energy such as hydrogen. The technique is based on the protein photosystem I, which is part of the photosynthesis machinery in cyanobacteria and plants. With the help of light energy, photosystem I […] The post Photosynthesis protein converts light to hydrogen appeared first on The Engineer. [ read more ]