Articles by Nick Peters
“Total dysfunction”. This is the verdict on the education system in England and Wales from former education secretary Lord Baker, who believes it is failing to produce young people with the skills that industry needs. Nick Peters reports.
Nick Peters reports on the new Engineering and Digital Technology Park due to be built on the Bognor Regis campus of the University of Chichester.
How computing giant Intel teamed up with a British technology company to bring the Internet of Things into the washroom. Nick Peters reports.
Decades of research into making digital imaging possible was rewarded today with the award of the £1m Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering to scientists from the UK, the US and Japan.
The Manufacturer's editorial director, Nick Peters, and Steven Barr, managing director of Hennik Edge dissect the launch of a green paper outlining the UK government’s thinking behind a long-term Industrial Strategy.
The EEF’s Investment Monitor 2016 presents a mixed view of future investment by manufacturers, as Nick Peters reports.
Nick Peters visited Plumpton College, a key contributor to the success of English wine and the only place in the UK that offers degree-level training in wine making and management.
Understanding what the brave new world of Industry 4.0 looks like may help manufacturers with their first-step decision-making. Nick Peters reports.
With manufacturers intently focused on the technology element of Industry 4.0, the workforce management company Kronos believes that maximum benefit can only be achieved if equal attention is paid to the people operating it. Nick Peters reports.
Legendary Scottish businessman Jim McColl is reviving shipbuilding on the Clyde, but warns future success is uncertain if the government fails to match the support other countries’ manufacturers receive. Editor-at- Large Nick Peters reports.