110 million landmines are estimated to be buried worldwide, but new techniques are being developed to help remove these indiscrimate killers.
For many years now, the RAF’s frontline fighters have been the result of international projects, a trend which will continue when the F35 Lightning II is delivered. Which of these options best reflects your opinion on this?
Manufacturing is enjoying the fruits of economic recovery, but concerns remain over skills and investment
According to those working on the project, one of Crossrail’s biggest successes has been that many people are unaware of its existence.
As the summer season begins, engineers can get a taste of humanitarian work and show off their photography skills
The prime minister’s call for greater investment in drones is likely to be high on the agenda at this week’s “Securing the skies” conference
The ubiquity of digital devices should alert even the most modest manufacturer to the benefits of doing business online
The renewables sector is one of many key areas of industry nervously awaiting this Wednesday’s budget
Ahead of the British Grand Prix, we look at the engineering benefits that motorsport delivers to the real world.
It’s national women in engineering day this week, and though there’s plenty to celebrate, industry’s gender gap shows few signs of closing
Jaguar Land Rover’s director of Research and Technology, Dr Wolfgang Epple, said recently that JLR will never make a driverless car. But is this a realistic stance for one the UK’s leading automotive manufacturers?
The annual international aerospace jamboree’s French leg starts this week, while in the UK, Bloodhound announces its debut.
With the exception of Bloodhound, industry’s missing a trick when it comes to using high-profile projects to inspire future engineers
Work experience has been identified as one way employers can reach young people from a wide range of backgrounds
Guest blog Anthony Martin, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Chief Engineer at MIRA, explains how next generation cars are changing the face of EMC testing.
Our anonymous blogger wonders whether the shortage of skilled engineers has forced recruitment agencies to up their game
What defines a country’s nationality, and does it actually matter? Our guest blogger, the president of Sainsbury Management Fellows, looks at the issues
The Shell Eco-marathon embodies the innovation that young would-be engineers need to succeed in the field, says the chief executive of EngineeringUK
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.