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US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has identified manufacturing and trade as key issues for his election campaign.
Some parts of the manufacturing sector are facing an existential crisis thanks to an ageing workforce and insufficient young engineers enter the system. One company owner thinks he has the solution. Editor-at-large Nick Peters reports.
Lawmakers in Germany are pushing for new legislation to help deal with driverless car accidents.
The iconic Route 66 in the United States is set to become a forerunner for the potential highways of the future.
China has revealed an ambitious plan to build a $50+ trillion global power grid by 2050, which would be powered by renewable energy.
A crisis is developing in the IOT-world of customer data as governments, companies and individuals wrestle over who should own it. Irene CL Ng says a new methodology is emerging that will resolve the issue to everyone’s benefit.
The Government and Boeing are expected to announce a long-term partnering initiative to advance growth and prosperity in the UK this week at the Farnborough International Airshow.
More than 500,000 so-called ‘hoverboards’ have been recalled by a US regulator due to dangerous and faulty batteries.
Nasa’s Juno spacecraft has successfully completed a risky engine burn manoeuvre to enter Jupiter’s orbit.
Seven young chemical engineers represented the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) at the Houses of Parliament this week, to discuss ‘Science After the Referendum: What Next?’ at Parliamentary Links Day.