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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…

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Engineering manages year on year salary growth despite Brexit jitters

Added: 14 Feb 2020

Salary levels across the engineering sector continued to grow last year, with 2.1 per cent average …

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…

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…

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…

Voting set to open for finalists of Pump Industry Awards 2020

Added: 11 Feb 2020

Nearly 40 finalists in eight categories will go forward for the vote to decide the winners of the 2…

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…

Bessemer bids to improve the innovation investment process

Added: 3 Feb 2020

Government must recognise that innovative ‘hard tech’ companies face greater investment difficultie…

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UK slashes oil imports by a fifth in five years

Added: 3 Feb 2020

Britain succeeded in reducing its dependence upon foreign oil by 21% between 2013 and 2018.

Cheaper and more accessible condition monitoring from techno advances

Added: 29 Jan 2020

Developing technology is ramping up the potential of condition monitoring while decreasing costs ma…

Union backs Scotch producers’ demand for end to transatlantic whisky tariffs

Added: 29 Jan 2020

The GMB union has thrown its weight behind demands by the Scotch Whisky Association and its US coun…

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…

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…

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…

Food and drink SMEs have chance of £20k worth of tech and innovation facilities

Added: 21 Jan 2020

Lincoln University’s National Centre for Food Manufacturing (NCFM) is offering small business the c…

Sheffield claims 3D antibacterial breakthrough

Added: 21 Jan 2020

University of Sheffield scientists have claimed a scientific and manufacturing breakthrough with th…

KSB unveils a Chinese record breaker

Added: 21 Jan 2020

KSB stepped into the record books with the delivery of what it claims is the world’s most powerful …

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Schneider scores two repeat wins for sustainability once again

Added: 21 Jan 2020

Schneider Electric has once more made it on to two of the most prestigious ‘clean company’ lists in…

Tech innovation in the food and drink sector: gains and risks

Added: 15 Jan 2020

Making more food products faster and more flexibly while remaining accountable and cyber safe stimu…