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Your Engineering Inspiration for Wednesday 08 April 2020


If you're feeling overwhelmed by recent developments and are looking for a bit of an escape, ENGins' section for interesting, light news might help. Just navigate to the front page of the ENGins website and hit the ‘Cool’ tab to browse our recent picks.

Stories from this week cover a lab in the cloud for chemists and biologists, a 3D-printed robot head that won't look away, and news about Airbus's hybrid-electric plane.

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Very best,

Rose Grey
Managing Editor

Last weeks's top headlines:

Engineers and designers are being asked to unite in Engineers for the NHS, a project aimed at solving the challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. Professor Peter Ogrodnik, a biomedical engineer from Keele University, is leading the project in...
As the world waits for progress on the COVID-19 pandemic, all eyes are on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) professionals to come up with solutions. With schools closed, some of them through the end of the school year, promoting...
Layered nanotubes produce solar fuel tiles
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Scientist Heinz Frei has spent decades working toward building an artificial version of one of nature’s most elegant and effective machines: the leaf. Frei, and many other researchers around the world, seek to use photosynthesis – the sunlight-driven chemical reaction...
Buildings are not unlike a human body. They have bones and skin; they breathe. Electrified, they consume energy, regulate temperature and generate waste. Buildings are organisms – albeit inanimate ones. But what if buildings – walls, roofs, floors, windows –...
BACK IN 2001, a middle-aged man made a video of his car and sent it around to a few friends. So far, so predictable—but this video featured a dilapidated Vauxhall Nova whizzing around a junk-strewn yard in a cloud of...
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