The Engineer Comment
The support given by the UCAS system needs to be available for students who choose the vocational path into engineering careers, says Paul Jackson, the chief executive of EngineeringUK, ion his latest guest blog
While apprenticeships seem to be doing well across the UK, it’s important that the engineering sector doesn’t become complacent
The Biomedical Catalyst programme is proving to be a model for building a bridge over the ‘valley of death’ between research and commercialisation, says Iain Gray, chief executive of the Technology Strategy Board, in his latest guest blog
Some manufacturers might have moved production back to the UK but we mustn’t lose sight of the challenges still facing industry.
The phenomenon of reshoring — bringing back industrial sectors to the UK which has previously been outsourced to lower-wage economies — is beginning to attract attention. How important do you think this is?
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Action must be taken to ensure the UK’s immigration policy aligns with its economic requirements to support engineering growth, argues Sir William Wakeham
The high-speed rail network could be a real credit to the UK construction industry when delivered, according to Mark Naysmith
Pemberton Capital’s Nick Brainsby explains why funding manufacturers shouldn’t just be about the good times
Andrew Jamieson explains how the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult aims to propel the UK to a leading position in the developing offshore wind, wave and tidal energy business sectors