It’s not that difficult to make something simple, complex. But, if you want to make something complex simple, it requires a great effort.
Artist Giles Walker has rebuilt the 1928 robot, which has been on display at the Science Museum since October 20 2016
For those of you looking to escape city life, a new designer house by Kazakh architect Aibek Almassov may be the home you’re looking for.
Little-known laser company beats engineering giant Rolls Royce to coveted Royal Academy of Engineering award after cracking new painless way to detect breast cancer
The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against employees because of their gender. However, new research suggests that tech-savvy women might face gender discrimination in jobs at high-tech firms, partly due to mismanaged projects. It shows gender discrimination is still as prevalent in the UK as it was 20 years ago, and comes as International Women’s Day will be celebrated this week on March 8, for the 103rd year.
Small projects often embody more innovation than larger more costly or high profile ones.
We seem to be entering a new age of megaprojects as countries around the world mobilise the private sector to invest heavily in multi-billion or sometimes multi-trillion dollar infrastructure initiatives.
The phenomenon of “Big Data” exacerbates the tension between potential benefits and privacy risks by upping the ante on both sides of the equation. Any project can fail for any number of reasons: bad management, poor budget management, or just a lack of relevant skills. However, big data projects bring their own specific risks.
In a sign of things to come, a Swedish train operator is using new technology that employs big data to predict the entire commuter train system two hours into the future.
The Barclays Centre situated in Brooklyn has a green roof which has finally sprouted. Plans for the green roof have been on and off for years. The project has seen its full share of difficulty.