India’s world famous rail network is looking skywards to cut costs and reduce emissions.
Following the tragic Shoreham air show crash, regulators have announced that vintage jets will now be prohibited from performing aerobatics over land at such events. With which of the following statements do you most strongly agree?
A TV production company is recruiting for a series aimed at reconnecting people to the engineers that are intrinsic to everyday life but are often forgotten.
Vivarail is repurposing old District Line rolling stock for local and regional rail services. The Engineer took a ride.
It’s results time. And the annual rush to university is causing concern at Semta, the employer-led body that is working to ensure the right skills are available in engineering and advanced manufacturing.
From designing the Royal Navy’s latest submarines, to training facial surgeons, virtual reality is finally making itself useful.
Motion control specialist Parker Hannifin is using an historic mobile cinema unit to show promotional films at this year’s Offshore Europe exhibition.
Yesterday’s strike on the London Underground led Jason Ford to muse on whether it’s time for a fully-automated service
Growth remains stagnant and rebalancing is still someway away, according to purchasing managers’ survey
110 million landmines are estimated to be buried worldwide, but new techniques are being developed to help remove these indiscrimate killers.
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.
Public recognition of the value of engineering is one thing, but industry itself also needs to give its most skilled practitioners more credit.
Construction on both Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wales aircraft carriers is approaching important milestones
Budding engineers will be able to see behind the scenes at many fascinating sites over the summer, or prepare entries for the Big Bang Awards if it’s raining, ays the chief executive of Engineering UK.
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