TeenTech participants will have the chance to work at AME’s new 1,700 sqm manufacturing and R&D hub

AME helps give STEM skills the X Factor

The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME) is taking part in TeenTech, a series of events designed to get the next generation involved in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). ...
EEF chief economist, Lee Hopley says “the best of UK manufacturing is in the future, not the past.”

Manufacturing ‘do tank’ launched at British summit

The first British Industrial Entrepreneurship Summit (BIES) brought together global brands, young engineers, SME manufacturers, leading spokespeople and academics in an effort to understand how best to boost the nation’s manufacturing and engineering. ...
Image left to right: Hannah Coomer (Air Products); Dean MacDonald, (Doosan Babcock); Kevin Sherry (Air Products)

Apprentice wins SkillWeld 2014

Dean MacDonald, a 20-year old apprentice at Doosan Babcock in Tipton, West Midlands, has been announced as the winner of SkillWeld 2014. ...
Nuclear AMRC welding apprentice Sam Biddleston. The Nuclear AMRC is part of the host venue for the Global Manufacturing Festival 2013

Engineers should get more ‘arty’

Former director-general for knowledge and innovation at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Sir John O’Reilly says engineers should embrace the arts, which are a crucial part in creating new products and boosting future economic competitiveness. ...



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