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Expert warns coronavirus impact will heighten need for Industry 4.0 solutions

Added: 3 Mar 2020

The economic disruption caused by global disasters such as the coronavirus outbreak would be tackle…

Nature offers key to producing sustainable chemicals

Added: 25 Feb 2020

Industrial products that currently depend for their creation on chemicals from hydrogen and fossil …

'Engineers fear skills shortages but ignore tax relief that would help'

Added: 25 Feb 2020

Over a third of UK engineers surveyed worry about skills shortages but more than a fifth of their c…

Bilfinger awarded multi-million Hinkley Point C contract

Added: 25 Feb 2020

Hinkley Point C owner EDF has awarded Bilfinger a £58 million contract from for the execution desig…

Scaling up efficiency and sustainability with AkzoNobel

Added: 18 Feb 2020

Siemens has helped ensure the entire manufacturing process at paint giant AkzoNobel’s state-of-the-…

Kerry food hub

A new era beckons for the food and drink sector

Added: 14 Feb 2020

A recent article in the press drew a comparison between the modern fast food sector and the clothin…

Poo to food breakthrough could boost farm to fork security

Added: 14 Feb 2020

Phosphate vital for agricultural fertiliser could be produced on an industrial scale from sewage sl…

Materials apprenticeship degree finally makes the grade

Added: 14 Feb 2020

The long-awaited new degree apprenticeship for trainees in materials science across the UK has rece…

Steel industry decarbonisation project secures £1.26 million

Added: 14 Feb 2020

The UK Research and Innovation-funded Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS), has…

Small process innovations can create great advances

Added: 14 Feb 2020

In this age of disruption, there’s a tendency to regard innovation in terms of monumental, eye-catc…

Electrification is spreading and that will increase the focus on power quality

Added: 12 Feb 2020

Electrical engineers can expect substantial challenges in the years ahead, warns REO UK’s Steve Hug…

Assystem wins contract for final phase 1 design of ITER project

Added: 11 Feb 2020

Assystem, has won the contract for the final design of phase 1 as well as prototype testing for the…

The use of optical gas imaging cameras has already become a standard practice in many oil and gas co

Wood finalises sale terms for industrial services business

Added: 11 Feb 2020

John Wood Group is selling its industrial services business to technical services provider, Kaefer,…

Pumps ensure Severn Trent renewables strategy yields greater results

Added: 5 Feb 2020

Severn Trent was already a leader in harnessing renewable energy but had ambitious plans to do more…

Women recruits ‘put at risk by PPE clothing designed for men’

Added: 4 Feb 2020

Personal protection equipment (PPE) is failing to adapt to the needs of the growing number of women…

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University innovators harness bat power for new pipeline leak solution

Added: 3 Feb 2020

While Bruce Wayne did it in fiction, university engineers and their partners have harnessed the nat…

ECITB unveils nearly £100 million in industry training investment

Added: 29 Jan 2020

The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) has announced a £90 million investment…

Visa moves ‘must not block European talent pool’

Added: 29 Jan 2020

Government attempts to overhaul the visa system and ensure a flow of leading scientific talent from…

North West calls on Government to develop region as low carbon cluster

Added: 29 Jan 2020

North West industry leaders say £4 billion of investment and 33,000 jobs could be created if Govern…

Boosting productivity? Then look to your fluid system

Added: 29 Jan 2020

Maximising your fluid system efficiency is a must if you want to boost productivity  and reduce cos…