The Impact Exhibition at the Royal College of Art was is a unique collaboration between science and design that explores the importance of engineering and physical sciences in all aspects of life. To communicate the impact of the research, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) co-ordinated a mixed media exhibition […]
This film follows the development of Bloodhound SSC. The Bloodhound team plans to break the world land speed record in South Africa next year in their rocket/turbine powered car. A two-camera shoot filmed in a single day in Bristol.
A spin in Warwick University’s remarkable racing car made from sustainable materials including potatoes and hemp. Built from recycled cars, plastic bottles and off-cuts from aeroplanes, the Formula 3 vehicle has a steering wheel made from carrot fibre and can run on biodiesel made from waste chocolate and stale wine. […]
Cranfield University is bringing science and business together to fast-track innovation in advanced manufacturing. This film shows some of the projects and the University’s potential to influence and help develop the UK economy.
This film was commisioned by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) with the aim of highlighting research activity around drawing energy from the sea. The film features key academics in the field tackling a wide range of challenges associated with wave and tidal power. Prototype devices exist for generating marine energy, but […]