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'Creative curriculum vital for next generation of Ada Lovelaces'

Added: 12 Oct 2021

UK engineering training needs to overcome its ‘overly narrow’ focus on maths and science qualificat…

Why creativity must always be part of the engineering curriculum

Added: 12 Oct 2021

Pioneering scientists such as Ada Lovelace were creative polymaths. We should remember that when it…

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Booming hydrogen market heralds water technology opportunities

Added: 12 Oct 2021

Water technology firms could be among the biggest beneficiaries of the future hydrogen economy, cla…

New email series from the inventor of ion exchange membranes

Added: 11 Oct 2021

Chemours is launching a multi-part email series to the US chlor-alkali industry, promoting its ion …

Wanner unveils new Technical Centre of Excellence for industrial pump development

Added: 8 Oct 2021

Wanner International’s officially opened its new Technical Centre of Excellence in industrial pump …

First woman chair for IET council

Added: 8 Oct 2021

Members of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Council have selected engineer Dr …

Why quality management makes for better processes post–Covid

Added: 4 Oct 2021

Quality and consistency have always been benchmarks of good business in manufacturing and engineeri…

The safety challenges for rubber and plastic recycling processes

Added: 30 Sep 2021

As rubber and plastic waste continues to grow, The UK is actively seeking alternative uses for thes…

PIA Awards show pumps industry is back in business

Added: 28 Sep 2021

The best known brands in the UK pumps sector were back in force for the long-awaited Pumps Industry…

Machine learning boosts leak control

Added: 27 Sep 2021

Water companies are becoming increasingly wise to the benefits of machine learning for their pipe l…

Steam to thermal switch produces perfect pint for brewer

Added: 25 Sep 2021

While their rivals said no, Rebellion Beer Company broke ranks with the help of Fulton’s experts to…

Cyber threats at record levels in UK warns report

Added: 22 Sep 2021

New data on cybersecurity trends by a leading expert in the field claims the private and public sec…

New £0.425 million funding to boost UK’s quantum manufacturing

Added: 22 Sep 2021

Ionoptika Ltd and the University of Surrey have been awarded project grants worth a total of £425,0…

IMechE safety engineering guide promises to lower working risk

Added: 22 Sep 2021

A new guide from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (ImechE) aims to update safety guidance fo…

How much money and uptime is your factory losing to mispicks?

Added: 22 Sep 2021

Invar Integration's Nick Hughes advises close inspection of how much mispicks could be costing your…

In-house solution produces answer to gas supply inconsistencies

Added: 1 Sep 2021

The best equipment couldn’t perform its best when an essential gas supply fell short on delivery. S…

Applications open for £50k grant prizes for UK women innovators

Added: 1 Sep 2021

More than 20 female entrepreneurs will be able to benefit from the £1million-plus prize pot on offe…

Look to robotics but don’t ignore the human factor in UK recovery urges ProGlove spokesman

Added: 31 Aug 2021

UK manufacturers looking to achieve a post-Covid industrial recovery were cautioned not to place al…

World renowned Scottish forging and forming centre opens office in ‘steel city’

Added: 31 Aug 2021

The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC), part of the National Manuf…

STEM needs EQ as well as IQ

Added: 18 Aug 2021

Focus on STEM careers doesn’t always include much reference to the need for emotional intelligence.…