Plant Oxford has celebrated the three millionth MINI to roll off its assembly line since production began back in 2001.
Holden has reached the end of an illustrious era after building its last Australian-made V6 engine, ending 68 years of Holden engine manufacturing in Australia.
Machining, composite and integrated manufacturing specialists at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre have joined forces to build what is believed to be the world’s first reconfigurable carbon composite robotic machine tool.
Residents of a small Spanish village have denied recent reports that every resident was left €2m (A$3.36m) by the late Corona founder Antonio Fernandez in his will.
A ground-breaking new wireless pacemaker technology, which could benefit the world’s 1.5m heart failure patients, has received European CE Mark approval.
A consortium comprising the world’s leader in aircraft landing gear, a leading specialist metals producer and two of the UK’s leading universities is working on FastForge, a project aimed at the production of aerospace-grade titanium at a third of the current price.
A campaign by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the Global New Car Assessment Program (GNCAP) has revealed the shocking difference in vehicle safety standards between the US and Mexico.
High speed supersonic commercial flights could be on the horizon in the next decade after US startup company, Boom Technology, recently unveiled its XB-1 Supersonic Demonstrator.
Sports footwear manufacturer, New Balance, has learned the hard way that is generally better for a company to stay out of politics.
ANSYS has announced it will collaborate with GE to create model-based digital twin technology and disruptive commercial business models to deliver on the promise of the industrial internet of things.