• Achieving a sustainable future is Mission Possible

    What does the sustainable business of 2030 look like? This is the question asked to 18 sustainability business leaders in a two-day workshop as part of the Sustainability Leaders Forum, sponsored by Cranfield University and facilitated by Organisations that Flow.
  • Heal the Earth via the heavens

    Khai Trung Le talks to Professor Stephen Luby about the use of satellite imagery to help change harmful brick manufacture in Bangladesh.
  • The modern quandary

    Khai Trung Le looks at claims over the last two years that the construction sector needs to radically modernise or face decline.
  • Funding new battery technology

    As part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge fund, £25 million is available for the development of new battery technology. Ellis Davies reports.
  • Construction sector welcomes waste to resource report

    Forticrete, Mineral Building Association and others have expressed support for a recent Government report exploring waste as a valuable resource.
  • Timber 2018 – Deadline for abstracts 16 February 2018

    The event will provide a forum to present academic and industrial research in timber. A poster session will allow additional opportunities to showcase early-stage research and demonstrate industrial product development.
  • 2018 the Year of Engineering

    IOM3 is joining forces with partners across government and industry in support of the Year of Engineering.
  • Scotland commits to CCS

    Khai Trung Le looks at Scotland’s continued commitment to CCS, as more carbon capture research emerges from the country that has pinned hopes of renewed value in the North Sea on the capturing technology.
  • Carbon capture in mineral form

    Khai Trung Le talks to Alison Parkin and Michael North about a new form of carbon capture that may help not only capture more than 820 million tonnes of C02 but also produce hydrogen in a low-energy process.
  • Reaching new heights

    Norway is to build the world’s tallest timber building.