Engineers are vital in the effort to face COVID-19 and protect communities all over the world. Farming Futurist Ben and his fellow engineers have designed a way to feed people, quickly, safely, and ethically.
Dmitro Khroma has invented the future of electric bikes
Lise Honsinger and Pierre Paslier have created plastic from seaweed.
Dr Amrit Chandan has designed repairable batteries.
Dr Florence Gschwend has created a new way to use wood for clean energy.
Dr Sam Chapman has designed a new brick to build sustainably.
Virginia Gardiner has invented an accessible eco-toilet.
Henrik Hagemann has invented a way to clean waste water in an environmentally-friendly way.
Caroline Wither is a mechanical engineer who invents instruments for orthopaedic surgeons, designing on computer and printing 3D models for testing.
Chris Brockley-Blatt is a mechanical engineer who designs the Solar Winder Analyser sensors for the Solar Orbiter, to analyse the Sun.
Navid Khordehgah is a Mechanical and Aerospace Engineer who develops ways to improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.
Aoife Considine is a railway engineer who ensures the safety of trains. She enjoyed logic puzzles and riddles, which is why she studied mechanical engineering.
Helena Rivers advises people on how they can improve their buildings whilst ensuring they are safe and environmentally friendly.
For festival season or for Duke of Edinburgh, a heavy tent is no fun. Engineers helped set the world record for the lightest tent available – less than half a kilo.
Zoe Dobell is a systems engineer at Transport for London (TfL), adding new systems onto existing London Underground trains.
A team of engineers wanted to combine digital technology with an acoustic feel. They made ROLI, to find “the space between the black and white notes”.
Sinead O’Sullivan works on aerospace engineering, technology, business and policy. She also uses her own technology to monitor interference in elections.
Although mostly recognised as winner of The Great British Bake Off 2018, Dr Rahul Mandal is an engineer, working in nuclear research.
Dr Anh Tran is a humanitarian engineering researcher. Her research focuses on energy, water, food, and computer technologies for people with limited resources.
Litelok re-invents the bike lock - it's tough, flexible and lighter than normal. The secret is a new material, a mixture of metal and polymer called Boaflexicore.
Arclight is a new, more efficient type of medical tool called an ophthalmoscope. They are essential for diagnosing eye diseases.
Engineers have invented Q-Bots - robots that can enter inaccessible and dangerous areas and install underfloor insulation without messy construction work.
We asked young engineers to identify seven wonders of the 21st century world that are rarely recognised as feats of engineering...
Eloise is a sound engineer and designer – creating the realistic sound behind radio dramas. She dropped into Tomorrow's Engineers to reveal how she got into this...
To celebrate October’s Black History Month, the Royal Academy of Engineering interviewed some inspiring engineers from different backgrounds…
Engineering is everywhere! It helps transform people's lives around the globe. Practically anything you can think of has some engineering behind it...
Anna Ploszajski is a materials engineer who wants to bring her work to the wider world, so we asked her a few questions about her life and work.
The giant firebreathing Arcadia spider has become one of the most talked-about attractions at the world’s largest greenfield festival – Glastonbury.
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