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The costs and waste associated with producing complex titanium alloy components for aircraft could be reduced if those parts were made using additive layer manufacturing.
Millions of tonnes of waste plastic destined for landfill could be converted into a hydrocarbon-based commodity with a process developed by Recycling Technologies.
Despite a focus on training, the UK is ramping up the number of non-EU engineers it recruits in a desperate attempt to plug the skills gap, according to a new report.
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