A new report calls for hospitals to have their own chief engineer. But would their skills be limited by a management role?
The construction headquarters of the new high-speed rail network are to be moved to England’s Second City as part of a £130m investment.
The prospect of a UK spaceport being built has generated plenty of public excitement but does it actually make sense for the aerospace industry?
Today marks the start of the Farnborough International Airshow, the biennial aviation festival where the Prime Minister is expected to detail £1.1bn of new defence spending.
Autonomous urban transport technology will fundamentally change the way we get from A to B
Pedal-powered submarines will be racing around Gosport ocean basin this week, while new centres for measurement technology and engineering training are opening
As robot-assisted surgery gains popularity to help improve the outcome of cancer surgery, The Engineer gets a chance to observe at close quarters how surgeons use state-of-the-art equipment
Naming day approaches for the Royal Navy’s new flagship, the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth
There are far too many clichés in media coverage of engineering. But let’s not assume all young people want to work in an office.
George Osborne is set to propose a trans-Pennine high speed rail link, while the EEF claims there is a need for British engineering heroes
The iconic motorbike manufacturer is following a trend for low-emission vehicles that 10 years ago would have been unthinkable.
High-fliers from the Red Arrows descend on Victoria Station tomorrow to celebrate 50 seasons of aerobatics, whilst Westminster hosts more debate about fracking
A personal brush with the engineering skills shortage prompts our anonymous blogger to ask whether industry is making the best use of its young engineers
The chief executive of the Technology Strategy Board reflects on the results of the poll to pick the subject which will benefit from the £10million Longitude Prize
The engineering community must be heard to influence the upcoming election manifestos, says the EngineeringUK chief executive
With the British Grand Prix approaching, Mira senior engineer Tom Lee continue his series of articles on noise, vibration and harshness with a look at the current furore over the noise made by the new generation of turbo-equipped Formula One cars
The chief executive of the Technology Strategy Board visits Northern Ireland, and witnesses the regeneration of the province’s industrial capabilities
Our anonymous blogger reflects on the role played by engineers in the D-Day landings
The White House’s annual STEM fair is a vital showcase to honour and recognise young innovators, and acts as a spur to get people involved in science, engineering and technology. The UK should follow suit with an event at 10 Downing St, argues the chief executive of Engineering UK
Guest blog Tom Lee, Senior Engineer at MIRA, explains how military personnel can be protected from noise and vibration while on patrol in their specialist vehicles
Once an occassional phenomenon the super-tight timescale is increasingly seen as the “norm” by those at the top. But is this fair on those of us further down the food chain?
EngineeringUK Chief Executive, Paul Jackson explains how the government’s latest campaign is about more than gender equality, and how his organisation is working to meet its pledges.
The EngineeringUK Chief Executive explains the organisation’s role in the Your Life campaign.