Government funding to support the development of carbon capture and storage and storage technology has been withdrawn, a move that could lock industries into paying higher carbon taxes.
A project aimed at bringing automated, driverless pod cars to the streets of the UK has won the 2015 Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) Automotive Award for Innovation.
Technology from SGN and ULC Robotics can inspect and repair older parts of the gas network from inside the pipes.
Cheaper, more reliable electronics devices could be developed using graphene components, thanks to a new research partnership.
Connect the dots: Recent additive manufacturing advances have created a demand for more fully integrated CAD programs to consider unique parts.
Skills & Careers
Océ – A Canon Company at the forefront of digital printing technology, is looking for bright and ambitious engineers to work in an exciting, multidisciplinary environment.
The UK government has announced that it is to push ahead with plans to force firms with more than 250 employees to disclose information on pay gaps between men and women.
The oil and gas industry is the most lucrative sector for junior engineers, according to the results of The Engineer’s 2015 salary survey.
NECR runs from 27 - 28th November 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham
FROM: The STEM of the Christmas Tree
FROM: Science and climate sceptics should come clean
A seasonal look at how to spark an interest in engineering during the Festive Season
The Defence Review heralds an increase in spending, with new aircraft announced, although a cut in planned number of new ships, but the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement later this week is likely to unveil cuts elsewhere.
Controlled fusion has the potential to be a long-term energy source. David Kingham explains the next steps
Catch the tide: The chief executive of Ricardo has watched the automotive sector come up from the doldrums in the last decade
One of the best-known engineering disasters resulted from a lack of knowledge of materials behaviour and of how the size of the structure would affect how it interacted with the wind