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Dundee secures a bigger slice of the spin-out cake

Added: 5 Jan 2022

Oxford, Cambridge and Imperial College London may lead the way as the UK universities with the most…

Global university trio’s engineering education venture wins Government approval for institute status

Added: 5 Jan 2022

TEDI-London, the new engineering education venture pioneered by three leading international univers…

ABB celebrates 22nd year as world’s DCS leader

Added: 5 Jan 2022

ABB has once again topped the ARC Advisory Group forecast report rankings for the leading share of …

Address neurodiversity and you tackle the challenge of apprentice retention

Added: 23 Dec 2021

The number of people taking up apprenticeships is falling substantially. In 2022 we must ensure the…

Five smart steps to improve your manufacturing future

Added: 13 Dec 2021

Many companies have not reaped adequate outcomes from their IoT investments. KMT’s Nguyen Duc Kin o…

Science and engineering must stake their claim on creativity

Added: 10 Dec 2021

The late Jacob Bronowski defined a singular trait of creative personalities thus: they think of the…

After the COP26 show time, now It’s ‘how?’ time

Added: 10 Dec 2021

If we park the non-attendance of two of the world’s largest countries and greatest polluters, COP26…

Dairy producer turns disaster into opportunity for efficiency boost

Added: 9 Dec 2021

A disastrous fire destroyed milk producer Imlek’s production site but it turned back to KHS for a s…

Yorkshire Water announces 35 new engineering hire roles

Added: 6 Dec 2021

Utility firm Yorkshire Water is seeking recruits for a range of engineering jobs across the regiona…

British Compressed Air Society appoints Atlas Copco’s Ranger as new president

Added: 6 Dec 2021

The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) has appointed Mark Ranger as its new president.

Schaeffler launches global foundation to mark 75th anniversary

Added: 6 Dec 2021

Global automotive and industrial supplier Schaeffler has marked its 75th anniversary with the creat…

How phased system upgrades can save on downtime and money

Added: 24 Nov 2021

While most firms working in the food processing industry want to upgrade their systems, doing so ra…

Biopharma Group can customise training to meet specific requirements

Institute presents apprenticeships blueprint for UK industry’s new era

Added: 23 Nov 2021

The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education has highlighted eight key occupations in …

Air Products Prism hydrogen generator

BEIS appoints key bodies to oversee hydrogen use standards

Added: 23 Nov 2021

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has appointed a consortium to deve…

Plastic recycling

Honeywell claims a breakthrough in the war on plastics

Added: 9 Nov 2021

Honeywell is claiming a significant environmental breakthrough with a process that increases the ty…

Anglian Water among international winners of Lighthouse water awards

Added: 9 Nov 2021

UK water utility Anglian Water has joined the likes of Google and Carlsberg among the winners of th…

Launching a tech innovation? Have your patents in place first to protect your IP

Added: 5 Nov 2021

Demand for climate tech solutions has never been greater. That’s a wonderful opportunity, says Jim …

Oil and gas have incentives to embrace the new

Added: 28 Oct 2021

Most sectors within the process industries have their rugged aspects, where the demands on the work…

Research

Budget ‘short on R&D detail and STEM investment’

Added: 28 Oct 2021

Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s boost to research and development incentives has been welcomed within indu…

Think of AI as investment in productivity and efficiency rather than cost

Added: 27 Oct 2021

Concerns about AI’s investment should be offset benefits in terms of efficiency, productivity and c…