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Multi-million investment to establish Scotlands’ role in global hot forging

Added: 13 Aug 2018

The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) has secured £16.5 million t…

GRE cracks South Korean water cooling market

Added: 13 Aug 2018

UK thermal imaging specialist GRE Ltd has become a force in the Far East smart energy market with t…

Largest ever subsidy for Glasgow Science Centre

Added: 13 Aug 2018

Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) has won funding of £2.9 million from the Inspiring Science Fund – its …

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EV cars ‘will boost demand for key process skills’

Added: 13 Aug 2018

The rise in demand for electrical vehicles will boost recruitment for engineers and related jobs in…

EPRSC £1mill grant to develop ‘Internet of Food Things’

Added: 31 Jul 2018

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has awarded a £1.14 million grant to…

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Oil and gas heads process lossmaker list, claims survey

Added: 26 Jul 2018

The oil and gas sector has one of the worst records for loss making companies in the UK, according …

Laser cutting firm sale to ARC Group saves all jobs

Added: 26 Jul 2018

Administrators of Blackburn-based Laser Shapes NW Ltd have secured the sale of the company to ARC G…

Xodus Group wins IChemE award

Added: 26 Jul 2018

Energy consultancy Xodus Group has been presented with the Silver Corporate Partner Award by the In…

UK firms win key Dhaka water supply deal

Added: 23 Jul 2018

Suez and Veolia have won a contract valued at more than £240 million to build and operate a drinkin…

Sellafield celebrates a university first with new project course

Added: 23 Jul 2018

Sellafield Project Academy is celebrating the graduation of the first students to complete its new …

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Thames’ STEM female representation is twice FTSE average

Added: 20 Jul 2018

Thames Water has been singled out in a new report for its role in promoting women in STEM.

Cefic predicts ‘modest’ growth for EU chemicals despite global challenges

Added: 17 Jul 2018

Cefic, the European Chemical Industry Council, has predicted modest production growth of 1.5% for t…

Wood wins £3 mill Dounreay services contract

Added: 17 Jul 2018

Wood has won a four-year contract valued at up to £3 million to supply services for Scotland’s Doun…

Golds galore for hazards specialists at safety awards

Added: 12 Jul 2018

Hazardous energy process and storage operator PX Group has won a slew of gold awards from the Royal…

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MPs lead call for greater hydrogen role in climate targets

Added: 11 Jul 2018

A cross party inquiry by MPs has concluded that the creation of a market for hydrogen will help ena…

Nuclear AMRC hails new sector deal

Added: 10 Jul 2018

Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) CEO Andrew Storer has welcomed the new nuclea…

UKOOG disappointment over committee’s shale report

Added: 10 Jul 2018

UK Onshore Oil & Gas (UKOOG) chief executive Ken Cronin has given a lukewarm response to the Housin…

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Strike action hits Norway’s oilfields

Added: 10 Jul 2018

Norway’s offshore oil and gas industry has been hit by strike action following the failure of indus…

BPMA appoints industry veteran as new technical head

Added: 10 Jul 2018

The British Pump Manufacturers Association has announced the appointment of former Xylem executive …

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Brexit must maintain access to import and export markets, demands FDF’s Wright

Added: 4 Jul 2018

Food and Drink Federation (FDF) chief executive Ian Wright has repeated his warning to Government t…