The Engineer Comment
Fracking is back on the agenda following last week’s Autumn Statement, while the Royal Academy of Engineering is looking for winners and hospital charities could benefit from a minute of your time.
Google’s driverless car Launching driverless car trials and quantum technology centres won’t make Britain a technology world leader but they’re a step in the right direction
If you’re confused by the messages around the government’s latest announcements on funding for renewable energy, you’re in good company.
Despite efforts to attract more young people into the sector, the latest EngineeringUK report shows firms are training more over-25s as advanced apprenticeships flatline
A cyber hairpiece could permanently plug us in to a world of distraction and make us look ridiculous at the same time.
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Do women engineers enjoy the same opportunities for career progression as their male colleagues? We put the question to two senior engineers.
Everyone agrees that we need more women in engineering but how do we practically achieve this outcome rather than just talking about it, asks Dawn Bonfield?
Engineering needs to go on a charm offensive, says Sally Martin, VP Downstream HSSE & Social Performance at Shell
The chief executive of the Technology Strategy Board muses on the common ground between engineering and the creative industries, among Britain’s top export earners