One of Europe’s leading private manufacturing, logistics and consultancy companies, Unipart Group has scored 100% in the ‘Business in the Community 2016 Corporate Responsibility Index’ - the UK’s leading benchmark of responsible business.
Ten teams of US high school students have competed to create a meal that is truly out of this world.
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.
India is playing an increasingly important industrial role for Airbus as the country’s air transportation market continues to expand.
In the small city of Clarinda, Iowa there is such a need for welders that the high school has begun an innovative program to teach students the fundamentals of welding through a virtual reality setting.
If there is one manufacturing technologies exhibition you visit in Europe this year, make it MACH 2016. MACH is the UK’s largest and most well established manufacturing technologies showcase, organised by the industry for the industry.
The Skills Minister, Nick Boles MP, has officially opened the Henry Ford Academy, a new, training facility at Daventry in Northamptonshire.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars recently visited East Preston Infant School, West Sussex, as part of the company’s commitment to the Government-led ‘See Inside Manufacturing’ initiative.
At SolidWorks World 2016 (SWW16), The Manufacturer sat down with Tony Glockler, the CEO of CAD training platform SolidProfessor, to discuss skills, the need for training on multiple systems, and 3D printing.
On December 15 at 11:03 am, the world looked on as the European Space Agency launched British astronaut, Tim Peake and his team into space to take up residence at the International Space Station until June 2016. Victoria Fitzgerald provides an update on the mission so far.