General Electric (GE) has signed an agreement to deploy advanced robotic inspections of US-based electric company Alinta Energy’s gas-fired power plants in Australia and New Zealand.
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The Government of Saudi Arabia has approved a new dramatic economic plan that is set to move the country away from its current economic dependence on oil.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has outlined the risks that leaving the European Union could have on the UK engineering sector, including increased skills shortages and uncertainties over areas such as research funding.
Mars Food has announced a new global health programme which aims to promote healthier food choices and to encourage consumers to cook and share healthier meals.
Skills experts from the UK are passing on their expert knowledge to former members of the Indian armed forces to help them train the next generation of engineers in their country.
Rockwell Automation has provided recommendations for taking Industry 4.0 hype and transforming it into a Connected Enterprise reality.
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Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering judges and trustees have called on world governments to protect education spend in order to produce the next generation of engineers.
Global soft drink giant PepsiCo released its first quarter results for 2016 this week revealing that it is currently receiving less than 25% of its global sales from carbonated soft drinks.