The world’s first test centre aimed at accelerating the development of materials and structures for tidal energy is to be built in Scotland thanks to a collaboration between Babcock International and the University of Edinburgh.
A reliable, widespread 5G network could increase annual business revenues by up to £15.7bn by 2025, with manufacturing one of four sectors set to reap the greatest potential return, according to a new study.
Tata Chemicals Europe has announced that it will operate a new energy from waste plant (EFW) at its Lostock manufacturing site in Northwich, Cheshire in a joint venture worth nearly half a billion pounds.
March has been a turbulent month for UK politics, despite this, British manufacturing has continued to innovate and negate any obstacles it has encountered. Here are The Manufacturer's top 20 most engaged features as Q1 2019 drew to a close.
For good reason, using surplus products is becoming a popular concept with customers and in business. But, baking waste salmon skins and turning them into crisps? We met up with one entrepreneur who is on a mission to put the spotlight on sustainable seafood snacks.
Do you want to know how your manufacturing firm can be strategic in its finance function? Finance executives from industry-leading manufacturers share insights on how finance teams can drive transformation in your business today.
Having industry-ready skills continues to be a pain point for manufacturers, a leading training provider in the Midlands has over 280 apprenticeship opportunities currently available to train the talent of tomorrow.
Micro nuclear reactors can produce around 30 megawatts of energy, and they could now form part of the UK’s energy strategy in the future, according to the government. But what are the benefits of them, and how could they boost an arguably trailing nuclear industry?