2M Automation Ltd’s Sahar Mirshafiei explains the firm’s unique approach to upgrading oil industry pipework cladding systems.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has predicted some of the ground-breaking engineering jobs likely to emerge over the coming 50 years.
The UK oil and gas sector’s world-leading experience could be harnessed to put the country at the forefront of the growing offshore renewables market, which is tipped to spend £210bn in the coming decade.
The Swedish government has proposed to change the country’s consumer cycle from one of a disposable culture of ‘buy, use, throwaway, buy’ to a more rational one of ‘buy, use and repair'.
Land mines could become a thing of the past, at least that's the aim of a team that has created a drone it hopes will put an end to the destructive device which still kills and maims over 20,000 people each year.
After successfully entering the electric vehicle market, Midlands design engineering business, MarchantCain, is ramping up operations in preparation what it expects will be a bumper 2018,
Aerospace and defence part specialist, FSL Aerospace is targeting significant growth following an 18% increase in turnover during the past financial year.
Precision engineering group, Paul Fabrications has become the 100th UK manufacturing company to prove its readiness for civil nuclear work through the Nuclear AMRC's Fit For Nuclear programme.
The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) and global engineering company, Ricardo, are to work together to create more efficient low emission vehicles.
British manufacturing has continued its climb up the global rankings as the UK continues to enjoy an industrial renaissance, according to facts and figures published today by EEF and Santander.