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What Does A Chemical Engineering Career Really Involve?

5th February 2015

For those with talents in maths and science, chemical engineering is one of the top fields for young professionals today. Chemical engineers convert chemicals and raw materials into practical, usa...

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How to Become an Aerospace Engineer

4th February 2015

  Aerospace engineers are involved in the vast array of tasks which go towards producing aircraft, missiles and space vehicles. In amongst the different roles include things like design, maint...

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What does an Energy Engineer do?

4th February 2015

The Energy sector is huge and there are many different aspects to the supply chain which ultimately provides houses and businesses with electricity and gas. Oil and Gas exploration sectors f...

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What Celebrities have Engineering Degrees?

4th February 2015

There are plenty of celebrities with engineering backgrounds, but who'd be an engineer when you can earn millions, right? Well that was certainly the case for these A-listers, who put down the tools...

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BAE battling to encourage female engineers

4th February 2015

  More than 80 young women from across the North West attended a 'look behind the scenes' visit at BAE Systems on an evening event designed to inspire the next generation of female enginee...

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"Engineers and scientists should be celebrated more than X Factor stars..."

4th February 2015

  Engineers must be more celebrated than the stars of The X Factor if they are to continue creating products and companies that will change the world, according to the judges of the Queen El...

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Job vacancies have hit a post-recession high

4th February 2015

Job vacancies have hit a post-recession high of almost a million in the UK, although wage growth is stagnating, according to a new report. Jobs site Adzuna said there are almost eight jobseekers pe...

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We need less Bankers and more Engineers!

2nd February 2015

Labour look set to reopen the wounds carved by the introduction of £9,000 tuition fees in 2010. It is almost certain they will pledge to lower the cap to £6,000, as reported by the New...

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Can Virtual Reality help Optimize Product Engineering, Manufacturing and Operations?

2nd February 2015

Using Virtual Reality for Product Development Adding Virtual Reality (VR) to your CAE solution set may be a logical next step in your product realization process. Unlike FEA and CFD results visuali...

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Saliva Testing Kit Engineered To Combat Diseases

2nd February 2015

According to Bill Gates, "the lives of people in poor countries will improve faster in the next 15 years than at any other time in history. And their lives will improve more than anyone else's....

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Lean Essentials: Habits of Critical Thinking

2nd February 2015

EMS Sigma is delighted to support Lean Essentials: Habits of Critical Thinkingon the 24th Feb 2015. This one day best practice seminar will provide case studies on using Toyota's methodology for p...

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Exports boost UK manufacturing in January

2nd February 2015

British manufacturing grew slightly faster in January thanks to a modest recovery in export orders, but factories cut prices at the fastest pace since 2009 to drum up business, a survey showe...

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[VIDEO] Chip and Skin: How a Company Microchips Employees

30th January 2015

 A new office block in Sweden is offering workers the chance to have a microchip implanted under their skin to allow them to access to various services within the building.A tiny gadget the siz...

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Famous Engineers Series: Thomas Andrews (1873-1912)

30th January 2015

Thomas Andrews was the principal architect for the infamous RMS Titanic. He died in the sinking, on April 15, 1912. NAME Thomas Andrews OCCUPATION Architect, Engineer...

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Global Food Production Slows As 'Peak Food' Limit Looms

30th January 2015

  The world has entered an era of "peak food" production with an array of staples from corn and rice to wheat and chicken slowing in growth - with potentially disastrous consequences for...

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