Find out how Bloodhound SSC (Super Sonic Car) uses wings to keep the vehicle skimming along the ground. World Record speed windsurfer Zara Davis helps explain the theory behind how a wing works.
GE Aviation Wales, the winner of The Manufacturer of the Year 2013, has enjoyed a stellar year in 2014. But 2015 promises to be an even bigger year for the wider GE Aviation company, with
High-flying engineers from the University of Sheffield have unveiled new developments in design and rapid manufacturing technology at a top US aerospace conference. The team, from the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s Design and Prototyping Group,
Lego has cancelled a deal with oil company Shell after a video released by Greenpeace criticised the toymaker for its partnership.
The Size and Health of the UK Space Industry, a biannual report from the UK Space Agency, reveals that the sector continues to soar and is currently worth £11.3 billion to the UK economy, growing
The Manufacturer is hosting a factory tour at Triumph Motorcycles on 5th November 2014. To book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 7401 6033 (Opt 3).
Since 1963, Cook Group companies have been among the leaders in developing healthcare devices that have improved lives around the world. Now with over 12,000 staff and operations in the US, Europe, Mexico, Asia and
Interview with Omron staff at PPMA 2014 held at the NEC, Birmingham.
The U.S. Navy is testing out a cutting-edge way of manufacturing clothes; welding them together with ultrasonic sound waves. The process promises garments that weigh at least 40 percent less.
Before joining our Manufacturing Engineering programme, Sara was planning on going to university. That was until she saw a TV programme about how to build a jumbo jet engine. A few months later she found
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