Alysha Liebscher and Gary Gayman, of Morgan Advanced Materials, explain why protecting against thermal runaway in electric vehicles is critical and discuss the options available to manufacturers.
The maritime industry is about to experience tremendous change in the next few years. But what will it mean for jobs, safety and the environment?
One year on from the launch of the Made Smarter Review, it’s lead – Professor Juergen Maier – took to the stage to chair the MTC’s Digitalising Manufacturing Conference 2018.
A highlight of the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed was the sight of a 1965 Ford Mustang driving itself autonomously up the famed hill climb with the Duke of Richmond and a BBC TV crew in the back.
Government and business need to do more to support this quirky but futuristic industry, say wearable tech firms.
Despite increased complexity across its supply chain and production processes, Accolade Wines has improved productivity per employee year-on-year for the past decade.
All too often, medical treatments revolve around a ‘trial and error’ approach. This wastes NHS time, resources and could even potentially harm patients.
Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust is hoping to raise £2m to preserve the area UNESCO describes as the ‘Symbol of the Industrial Revolution.’
Smiths Group has been innovating from the dawn of the Industrial Revolution to the space race. Nick Peters sits down with its Head of Innovation, Keir Boxshall.
Despite all the effort put into persuading UK manufacturers of the virtues of adopting digital technologies, uptake is sluggish and resistance stubborn.