The Government of Saudi Arabia has approved a new dramatic economic plan that is set to move the country away from its current economic dependence on oil.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has outlined the risks that leaving the European Union could have on the UK engineering sector, including increased skills shortages and uncertainties over areas such as research funding.
Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering judges and trustees have called on world governments to protect education spend in order to produce the next generation of engineers.
Even the most avid cyclist knows the dread of waking up in the morning in the searing heat, realising you've got an hour bike ride ahead of you to get into work, and then finding out when you arrive that the office shower is out of order.
Fuel cell vehicles received a boost this week thanks to a new partnership between German engineering group, Linde, and South Korean car company, Hyundai.
India is playing an increasingly important industrial role for Airbus as the country’s air transportation market continues to expand.
In order to make low carbon vehicles more accessible to a greater number of Californian drivers, especially in communities that are highly impacted by air pollution, the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project is implementing increased incentive levels for low- and moderate-income consumers.
Much of the news around the country is proclaiming the recession to finally be over and with that comes the news that real estate is once again moving.
European Patent Office data shows an increase in innovation activity in the UK, up 5.7% in 2015 to more than 5,000 applications.
The UK Government is facing calls from UK Steel, manufacturers and unions to reverse its opposition to higher tariffs for unfairly traded steel after the US moved to block Chinese steel dumping.