Black phosphorus: the new graphene?

This new property induced in phosphorene could give it an advantage over fellow 2D material graphene

Engineers respond to the Apprenticeship Levy

The UK Government has proposed a levy on large companies to subsidise apprenticeships and close the skills gap. We find out what the engineers think

Asbestos: its legacy lingers

The removal of asbestos remains a problem in the UK, as we found out at the Asbestos: The Truth conference

Unusual attraction

Non-ferromagnetic metals can be given magnetic properties with just a layer of buckyballs

The problem of mine

Bath University and Sir Bobby Charlton’s Find A Better Way begin a project to develop a metal and plastic landmine detector