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The future of food lies in sustainability and that takes engineering

Added: 4 Mar 2022

Engineering knowhow and the latest biotech can solve the dilemma of producing sustainable food and …

Driverless warehouses can combat industry's recruitment dilemmas

Added: 25 Feb 2022

More warehouse and distribution centre operators see driverless forklift truck technology as the so…

Artist's impression of NMITE

Schaeffler to sponsor NMITE female undergraduate

Added: 22 Feb 2022

Schaeffler has announced a partnership with the New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering …

Nuclear

Assystem announces 450 new jobs on energy transition projects across UK

Added: 22 Feb 2022

Assytem is launching a massive recruitment drive to hire 450 new employees for a spate of low carbo…

Finalists revealed for 2022 Pump Industry Awards

Added: 15 Feb 2022

A total of 48 finalists across eight award categories have been shortlisted for the 2022 Pump Indus…

Permanent magnet pioneer Sagawa wins 2022 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering

Added: 1 Feb 2022

The 2022 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering (QEPrize) has been awarded to Japanese inventor Dr M…

Biotech boost as duo secure £2.5 million funds

Added: 1 Feb 2022

A Scottish biotech engineering company developing innovative bio-separation instruments for pharmac…

Endress+Hauser subsidiaries merge for increased laser measurement focus

Added: 1 Feb 2022

Endress+Hauser has combined two of its key subsidiaries in order to concentrate the group’s experti…

Five smart steps to improve your manufacturing future

Added: 19 Jan 2022

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

Nestle apprenctice at work Jordan Phillips

UK worker shortfall 'to exceed 2.6 million people by 2030'

Added: 18 Jan 2022

A combination of population ageing, COVID-19 and Brexit could see a shortfall of 2.6 million worker…

New course aims to boost disease prevention manufacturing skills

Added: 18 Jan 2022

Edinburgh Napier University School of Applied Sciences is launching a course designed to address de…

Research

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…

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.