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Aerospace often plays a pioneering role in technology development. Sharing the knowledge generated around the many companies in the sector — and outside it — can help generate new ideas, as Ruth Mallors, head of the aerospace KTN, explains to Andrew Czyzewski.
Advances in autonomous robotics mean that humans are set to take a more back-seat role in many aspects of industry, healthcare and society at large.
Enrollment to engineering degrees in the UK is healthy, but the skills gap is complex and some sectors are finding it harder to recruit graduates than others, especially in the supply chain SMEs. Andrew Czyzewski reports
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