The Engineer Comment
The current stand-off with Russia should prompt us to get serious about energy independence
A new report calls for hospitals to have their own chief engineer. But would their skills be limited by a management role?
What influence, if any, should current tensions with Russia have on UK energy policy?
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?
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FROM: More than half of graduates feel 'unprepared' for work
FROM: Young engineers 'taught more than just passing exams' say universities
FROM: Third of gay engineers hide sexuality from colleagues
Part-time postgraduate study offers a way to upskill the engineering workforce but unviversities need to persuade businesses of the direct benefits of investment.
Voting for the Longitude Prize closes tomorrow. Here, Longitude Committee member and vice-president for external affairs at the Royal Academy of Engineering, Prof Martyn Thomas, explains how engineers could contribute to the shortlisted project options.
Isis Innovation team leader Richard Holliday explains how universites can succeed at technology transfer and take more of their intellectual property to the market
Young women’s concern for the environment could be harnessed to help address the severe gender gap in engineering, says EngD student and prize-winning essayist Laura Pickard.