Welcome to a collection of news stories from around the world on the themes of engineering and design.Click on the link beside each feature to read more.You can sort through the news items according to the category as specified in the column on the left hand side of the page.
A new public survey by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers has found that 78% of the public think engineering would be a good career choice for a woman, compared to just 4% who said it was not.Read More
Virtalis’ ActiveWall at the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) at Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus proved to be such a draw to University of Liverpool students and academics that they were keen to have their own Virtual Reality (VR) suite.Read More
Small businesses developing products and services for the space sector will be able to take advantage of a new incubation programme being run at the University of Nottingham Innovation Park.Read More
Two new speakers have joined the exciting line-up for PD+I 2016 – which takes place from 18-19 May at the America Square Conference Centre, London.Read More
The construction of two new 650 tonne tunnel boring machines (TBMs), which will build the new Northern Line Extension tunnels under south London, has been completed.Read More
Minutes of the Annual General Meeting and Extraordinary General Meeting Held at 12.00 on Saturday 11 July 2015 at Courtleigh, Westbury Leigh, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13 3TARead More
Neil Baker, a senior engineer at REHAU, has become one of the first designers in the UK to achieve prestigious Chartered Technological Product Designer (CTPD) status.Read More
A major hurdle when working on a new project can be finding components that fit to the overall design –without going over the R&D budget or missing deadlines.Read More
Two apprentice engineers at national engineering consultancy Morgan Tucker have been awarded the prestigious Institution of Civil Engineering (ICE) QUEST Technician Scholarship.Read More
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