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    Airlines are facing an unparalleled challenge in aviation history - keeping their planes grounded, which is almost as complicated as keeping them ...
  2. H Moser-&-Cie Vantablack

    How one of the blackest substances on earth ended up in a luxury watch

    And no, it didn’t involve a spray can of black paint.
  3. A logo of Renault carmaker is pictured at a dealership in Nantes

    Renault to cut 1,500 engineering jobs in France: union source

    French carmaker Renault plans to cut 1,500 engineering jobs in France, a trade union source told Reuters on Tuesday.
  4. The Zoom Video Communications logo is pictured at the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York

    Zoom to expand in US with engineering centers in Phoenix, Pittsburgh

    Zoom Video Communications Inc said Thursday it plans to hire 500 software engineers for research and development locations in Phoenix and ...
  5. Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept

    Just 2mm: The world’s thinnest mechanical watch that can actually be used

    Piaget’s Altiplano Ultimate Concept is as skinny as two credit cards stacked flat, but it’s tough enough for actual use. Here’s how the watchmaker ...
  6. Indeed Max Tan

    Passing on the code of coaching

    A passion for coding, ignited when he programmed his first game at the age of 12, now sees Mr Max Tan’s creations reach millions around the world.
  7. Commentary: Rise of a rockstar engineer, silhouette of an engineer, construction worker,

    Commentary: The rise of the rockstar engineer in smart city Singapore

    Engineering is about solving problems and removing roadblocks, skills that are essential in building a smart city, says Johnson Controls' Ken Lim.
  8. A humanoid created by NTU Professor Thalmann areacts to the presence of people during an interview

    Commentary: A while more before robots and artificial intelligence run our lives for us

    Despite AI’s widely publicised successes, there are very good reasons to be skeptical about its possibilities for replacing humans, says one ...