Design Engineering News
Swedish industrial engineers solve chilly sport’s longest held mystery.
Canadian auto parts maker's profits up from $38.4M a year ago.
Meeting key milestone seen as critical for Bombardier's future.
Economic and employment growth driving confidence up.
Harper government vows to move National research Council away from “introverted” pure research culture.
Design Advisor software allows engineers to compare the mass, cost and emissions impact of various automotive materials.
MorePhone’s flexible electronics and shape memory alloys give users visual cues to incoming messages.
SpaceShipTwo reaches supersonic speeds; takes a step closer to passenger space travel.
Carnegie Mellon innovation combines depth cameras and projectors to create interactive interfaces on virtually any surface.
FedDev awards VC funding to develop Ottawa-based Panacis Inc. Soldier Sharepack battery system.
FAA approves resumption of 787 flights with revamped battery system.
University of Illinois-developed millimetre-sized batteries could usher in the next wave of miniature electronics.
Japanese automaker promises 18 future hybrid models by 2015.
Multi-geared automatic transmissions could raise MPH up to 10 percent.
New jet to make first test flight by June, enter into a service next year.
Research on EV batteries suggests the answer is different than you might think.
Design Engineering Expo (DEX) kick starts its trade show season with a second location -- Vancouver (Coquitlam), B.C.
Canadian university beats out 130 teams with record setting fuel-efficiency run.
Autonomous “Cyro” robot part of U.S. Navy project to patrol oceans.
Seven Canadian university engineering teams roll to the starting line in Houston to break fuel efficiency record.