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A Summer’s Day Without Springs

Springs are excellent devices that can store a lot of mechanical energy. Because of this, they are used in nearly every mechanical device. This is because they are incredibly durable and efficient in transferring energy. You will genuinely be surprised … Continue reading

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Spotlight On: Different Types of Springs

Springs are found in most objects that we use in everyday life. Some examples of this could include; turning your light switch on and off, guiding your car over lumps and bumps in the road, and even putting your key … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace engineering, otherwise known as aeronautical or astronautical engineering, refers to the engineering involved in creating, constructing and developing aircraft and spacecraft. This means all vehicles that operate in the Earth’s atmosphere and those that operate outside the atmosphere.

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Compassionate Engineering

Engineering is an extraordinary field that allows for never-before-seen advancements in technology that help to develop the world we live in. Compassionate engineering places people and communities first, prioritising their needs above anything else while developing and designing technology. The … Continue reading

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Why do the Japanese Love Robots?

Japan’s fascination with robotics is well-known throughout the world, and their robots are already being used in a wide variety of situations. As an example, a life insurance company will have an unlikely employee in the form of Pepper, a … Continue reading

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Ingenuity of Amateur Engineers

Many people don’t realise just how creative engineers can be. Although they are technically skilled and adept at creating the most complex engineering masterpieces, there has to be some form of creativity and ingenuity flowing in order to achieve these … Continue reading

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Springs in Medical Applications

Springs have been used in mechanics and other forms of technology for hundreds of years. In the 17th century, Robert Hooke scrutinised springs by testing them repetitively and developed Hooke’s Law, one of the most common physical laws used in … Continue reading

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The Story so Far: Life on Mars

Mars has been a mystery for many centuries, a planet that has captured the imaginations of scientists and artists alike. We don’t know exactly who discovered Mars, since, just like Venus, this planet is a bright presence in the night … Continue reading

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The Importance of Apprenticeships

Young generations full of bright and innovative ideas are vital to the long-term success and sustainability of any industry. Apprenticeships are an excellent way to encourage them, allowing them to learn a wide range of skills in many different environments … Continue reading

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Technology Behind Animal Conservation

Technology is now being used around the globe to aid in animal conservation. The idea is that it will help to increase capabilities, bring in real time monitoring and help in vital research. Being able to properly monitor the movement … Continue reading

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