Greater public awareness of new aerospace technologies and cooperation in the piloting of new technologies are among the proposals made in a new government consultation paper on the aviation sector.
Despite Brexit concerns, hundreds of business leaders expect their workforce to grow in the year ahead, according to a new report.
According to Inenco’s latest research, by 2020, manufacturers could face power bills up to 60% higher than they were in 2016. David Oliver discusses strategies for minimising energy costs.
Last Month, The Manufacturer attended a panel discussion at the House of Lords which recognised the clear problems that industry faces over achieving more equal gender balance. Recruiting is poor, retention is poor and progress is glacial. Can we ever overcome this?
Evidence shows that companies are giving greater priority to investing in apprenticeship programmes than recruiting graduates to gain specialist skills for the future.
Stephen Phipson highlights the latest EEF report, which shows employers take seriously the health of their workers. However, progress still needs to be made in measuring long-term absence levels and the effectiveness of investments in the health of their workforce.
London-listed Croda International is acquiring Biosector, a company which specialises in manufacturing adjuvants - used to improve the efficacy of vaccines.
Earlier this month the world’s most advanced straight-line supersonic car, Bloodhound, was axed due to lack of funding. However today's announcement that a Yorkshire entrepreneur has purchased the project means its future is now secure.
People from overseas looking for digital jobs outnumber Britons by as much as fifteen to one, according to the employment website Indeed.
Up to £170m of government funding will go to energy-intensive industries like glass, steel, ceramics and chemical to help them develop new green technologies and create the world’s first ‘net-zero’ carbon cluster of heavy industry.