Bosch gave us a glimpse into the future of autonomous and electrified cars, but are the internal combustion engine’s best days still to come?
What should be the new government’s priority with respect to engineering?
Several events this week are aiming to throw a spotlight on the importance of innovation, both for the economy and for improving people’s lives
Civil aviation has seen some astonishing developments throughout its history, but could it now be on the brink of even more startlingly-disruptive change?
A series of events looks at technology development in the rail sector, while the Insitution of Civil Engineers looks at flood defences and adapting infrastructure to cope with flood risk.
Parallels with the 1930s era of aerospace, with its buccaneering engineer/tycoons, are unavoidable. Will commercial space flight developments change our lives?
Fastest growth rates for engineering employment is tempered by a stall in salaries
New payment models for self-driving cars may change the way many people use vehicles, but the days of mass car ownership are unlikely to be over yet
A new TV show is looking for young engineers who are working on projects that capture the imagination
Next generation artificially intelligent engineering software will take many decisions out of the designer’s hands. Should engineers be worried?
A major milestone for London’s infrastructure and a new diversity drive aimed attracting girls into engineering education mark this week’s briefing
A festival at the Science Museum looks at how technology might help humans to ’upgrade’ themselves, while the UK’s quantum technologies have heir day in the sun.
The Balance of Payments used to dominate political debate, but it’s been mentioned only rarely since the early 1980s. David Falzani looks at the effects of global flows and uses of capital.
Our anonymous blogger reflects on one of the few times he’s had reason to proudly proclaim his profession to a stranger
The chief executive of Engineering UK looks at some of the innovations that are helping the NHS face the future
Engineering hasn’t had much of a mention in the run up to the election. Perhaps that’s because it’s one of the few things the major parties agree on.
We are delighted to welcome Iain Gray back to our guest blogging roster in his new position as director of aerospace at Cranfield University. In his first blog, he describes his new role and gives his first impressions of the institution.
Jon Blaze, head of recruitment operations at Jonathan Lee Recruitment, argues companies can take action to minimise the chances of encountering difficulties in hiring suitably skilled staff.
The Paul Jackson blog The Chief Executive of EngineeringUK discusses this year’s Big Bang fair
National Instruments’ Kyle Voosen examines the benefits, challenges and solutions that will drive the development of the industrial internet of things
Assembly work continues on the second QE class carrier, Prince of Wales, while Queen Elizabeth prepares for life independent of the shore
How does diversity really work and why should we seek it? Guest blogger David Falzani of Sainsbury Management Fellows looks at the issues
Our anonymous blogger is annoyed by the adulation of Kanye West’s wife’s bottom ahead of people who actually help humanity