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Opportunities at engineering consultancies aren’t just about civil engineering. Julia Pierce reports.
Space-obsessed students can hear about the latest space missions and meet employers from across the sector at a specialist event next month.
Iain Gray has now left his position as chief executive of Innovate UK, and looks back on what he learned about how diferent sectors influence each other in unexpected ways
The rapid pace of technology development means every day is different when you’re defending against cyber attacks.
Some of the UK’s most sought-after engineering employers are set to ramp up their graduate recruitment by up to 10 per cent this year, according to the new High Fliers report.
Comet calls: Our panel answers questions on the recent Rosetta mission, which landed a probe on a 4km-wide comet
Sub-zero temperatures and altitude couldn’t stop The Engineer reporting on the entry into service of Airbus’s latest helicopter, set to save lives in the Dolomites with Divine help
The IET has identified the industries likely to create the biggest enginering job opportunies over the next few years.
Your chance to question the team behind last week’s audacious comet landing and the mission around it
Just two years after graduating, this engineer watched his cameras installed on the International Space Station
For as long as he can remember Mike Salter has wanted to work in the space industry and a slot on RAL Space’s graduate scheme enabled him to make an instant mark on his chosen field.