The Science Industry Partnership (SIP) has surpassed 2,000 people being trained across the chemicals and life sciences sectors as it reaches its first anniversary this month.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has awarded Amec Foster Wheeler a contract to provide decommissioning and waste management services for sites across the UK.
University College London (UCL) has today launched the UCL Centre for Engineering Education which is designed to improve the supply of engineers in the UK.
Party’s manifesto supports Catapult Centres, while Ukip promises to scrap STEM subject tuition fees.
The Mitsubishi Electric KD range of contact image sensors has been further extended with the addition of high-speed monochrome versions.
Recognising the developments in CMOS sensor technology, IDS decided three years ago to stop engineering CCD cameras and concentrate exclusively on CMOS cameras.
The TE magnetic drive pump from March May is one of the most widely used magnetic drive pumps in the world.
Much was made by George Osborne in last week’s budget about an apparent renaissance in UK manufacturing.
Despite low feedstock costs, overall instability caused by oil price fluctuations is bad for the process sectors, says Stan Higgins, chief executive of the North East Petroleum Industry Cluster (NEPIC).
From the laboratory to the production line, Robert Smith looks at the technologies that are helping the food and beverage industry control product quality.
The government’s promised “march of the makers” has only happened in fits and starts.
Sabco has partnered with Unitronics to help beverage brewers of all kinds produce the perfect pint.
The Aveva Group has launched this short video which explains how best to control the design spiral on construction projects.