HP might be best known for their range of printing solutions, but their most recent developments include printing antibiotics to test them quicker and eliminate potential resistant strains of the drug.
Forty-seven million bottles of gin worth £1.2bn were served up last year in the UK. That’s enough, according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association, to make 1.32 billion G&Ts. Gin has never been more popular and varied, and innovative manufacturer G&J Distillers is making the most of this trend. Maddy White reports.
Fancy a G&T? Probably. Gin has certainly been having a moment for some time, as it continues to lead growth within the spirit market globally. Maddy White visited two contrasting distilleries across the UK to learn the secret behind the now favoured spirit.
This month, Simon Edmonds reports on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership success story that has led to a breakthrough robotic winding machine that works with carbon fibre, and investment in the UK’s new Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre in Renfrewshire.
The University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre has drawn together a team of high-tech engineers who will drive improvements in the UK manufacturing base which is critical to the success of the government’s space age mission.
The amount of rubbish in our Oceans has become a critical issue for the well-being of the planet. According to the World Economic Forum, unless things change, by 2050 the oceans are expected to contain more plastics than fish (by weight).