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Report calls for radical rethink of engineering education

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) has launched a progressive new report that calls for a radical shake up of […]

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RAEng unveils 8 of the most promising UK innovations

Eight of the most promising new innovations developed by engineers across UK universities have been identified for support from the […]

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School pupils need more engineering experiences to consider a career in the industry

At the moment the engineering sector is suffering from an image problem amongst children, according to two new reports. It […]

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The Big Bang Fair aims to boost rising engineering apprenticeships

Over the course of National Apprenticeship Week, the world of engineering came out to encourage more young people to think about […]

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The Left Handed Mallet: Tech Round-Up March 2016

Welcome to our regular technology round up, “The Left Handed Mallet.” Whilst the title is a tongue in cheek reference […]

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Robotics curriculum launched for GCSE students

In a bit to stem the STEM shortage, the very first robotics curriculum aimed squarely at GCSE students was unveiled […]

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EDF fuels female STEM involvement with Pretty Curious

EDF Energy are breaking down gender barriers with their Pretty Curious campaign, which aims to encourage more girls to take […]

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The Left Handed Mallet: Tech Round-Up February 2016

Welcome to our regular technology round up, “The Left Handed Mallet.” Whilst the title is a tongue in cheek reference […]

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BEKO TECHNOLOGIES to sponsor at Motion Control Industry (MCI) Awards

Compressed air and condensate experts, BEKO TECHNOLOGIES, are set to sponsor the Technical Innovation of the Year award at the […]

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IET unveils the nation’s ‘engineering hub’ at it’s London headquarters

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has opened the doors to its £30 million new headquarters, IET London: Savoy […]

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