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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 …

NECR 2015 Women's Forum

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…

Carbon capture and storage CCS

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…

Shell's Ormen Lange gas field in Norway

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 …

Food and drink manufacturing

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…

Yorkshire’s Offshore RCS is wind farm double world record breaker

Added: 4 Jul 2018

The first-ever offshore Reactive Compensation Station (RCS) has been installed off the Yorkshire co…

Huber trophy for two most promising graduates

Added: 4 Jul 2018

Temperature control pioneer Peter Huber, who died recently, has been commemorated at this year’s AC…

Rolls-Royce CTO Stein and logistics leader Kaye honoured

Added: 4 Jul 2018

Despite recent controversy over its restructure plans, Rolls-Royce had cause for celebration as its…

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Push to meet EU coal-to-solar target sparks major acquisition

Added: 27 Jun 2018

Sun Investment Group (SIG) has acquired 15% of Poland’s solar energy market, in anticipation of the…

Wood fund to boost SME nuclear decommissioning innovation

Added: 26 Jun 2018

Wood plc has announced the creation of a new fund to invest in decommissioning technology developed…

Kate Baxter, Mars UK engineer

One in eight surveyed fancies being an engineer

Added: 26 Jun 2018

Engineering is now one of the most desirable jobs amongst professionals seeking a change of career,…

BPMA urges government to act on CE mark issue

Added: 25 Jun 2018

British Pump Manufacturers Association head Steve Schofield has welcomed the recent top level meeti…

Longannet power station

UK coastal power station at serious risk from floods, says report

Added: 20 Jun 2018

Coastal power plants in the UK will be at increased risk of flooding from rising sea levels and fla…

Temperature control pioneer Peter Huber dies at 77

Added: 18 Jun 2018

Peter Huber, a pioneer in the development of temperature control technology and founder of the inte…