Research and Development
Conversations around technology tend to focus on job displacement and changing skills requirements, but perhaps we can broaden our thinking to a more nuanced perspective on how humans and work could benefit from wearable technology.
Asia is the fastest growing market for British-made cars. But the EU is still the top export market for the British automotive sector.
Manufacturers must learn to adapt to constant change, become more resilient to its effects, and seek the hidden opportunities it offers.
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.
Simon Edmonds reports on a graphene-export success story, innovative 3D printing processes and this year’s impact review on low and zero-emission vehicles.
The Manufacturing Technology Centre is holding an apprentice open event on the evening of 6 December to provide potential trainees with an insight into the centre’s apprenticeship programme.
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.
The Manchester-based Alan Turing Institute has been awarded an additional £50m to help it recruit more fellowships in an effort to address the country’s digital skills shortage.
As manufacturers transition into digitally driven business models, they face significant challenges regarding their intellectual property. Dr Frank Tietze offers some strategies to overcome them.
The changing political and economic landscape means, more than ever, people will be looking to our industrial sector to play its part in the future prosperity of the country.