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Which Universities Produce the Highest-Paid Graduates?

16th January 2015

A national survey has uncovered the British universities which produce the highest-paid graduates. Here are the top 10 institutions and the average salaries of graduates within five years of ...

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One small step for the Space Sector, One giant step for UK Manufacturing

16th January 2015

At 16:03 on November 12 the Philae lander made its decent. by Jonny Williamson (@TheManufacturer) Following the first landing of a satellite on a comet in November, TM looks ...

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Advanced manufacturing innovation district to be created in South Yorkshire

16th January 2015

University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Factory 2050 AN advanced manufacturing innovation district is to be set up in Sheffield and Rotherham to help accel...

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Chemistry Questions: Why is Milk White?

16th January 2015

  Milk is made up of about 87% water and 13% solids, such as fat and various proteins.  Chief among these proteins is something called casein, four types of which make u...

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[ReBlog] Continuous Improvement Myths

16th January 2015

BLOG BY: Jeff Roussel (Find him on Twitter)  The source and writer's CI Webinar: Click here 1 - It's only for manufacturing companies While it is true that the idea of continuous...

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Is the perception of female genius contributing to STEM shortages?

16th January 2015

  Women are less likely to become scientists and engineers because they are taught to believe that these professions require innate intellectual brilliance rather than sheer hard work, a stu...

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[VIDEO] Boy, 7, gets 3D Printed Arm from Star Wars Characters

15th January 2015

 Star Wars characters supply a 3D Printed arm for young boy, amazing!  Original Article: http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/health/2015-01-10/new-trooper-arm-surprises-augusta-bo...

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North East employers warned of Health and Safety importance

15th January 2015

[Press Release] Safety watchdog the Health and Safety Executive is marking its 40thanniversary with an appeal for North East businesses to make the wellbeing of workers their top priority for th...

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Five 2015 Environmental, Health and Safety Issues Manufacturers Need to Keep An Eye on

15th January 2015

by Pamela Elkow | Robinson & Cole LLPContact       Some thoughts for 2015 the EHS front. I'm not sure I'd call all of these predictions, since we know that they're ou...

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[PHOTO] NASA email a wrench to astronaut in space!

15th January 2015

An astronaut in the International Space Station would normally have to wait months to receive any emergency supplies that don't already reside aboard their spacecraft. However astronaut, Barr...

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Facebook launches new 'Facebook at Work' app...

15th January 2015

When you have a question at a small company, you always know who to ask. But as corporations grow, it becomes impossible to remember everyone's names, let alone their areas of expertise, and communi...

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Funding aims to put UK at forefront of functional materials developments

14th January 2015

Southampton University is leading two projects to advance the UK's manufacturing capability in functional materials. The projects are among eight others that have received £20m in funding fro...

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[VIDEO] DO YOU AGREE? Research suggests 50% of occupations redundant by 2025 due to AI

13th January 2015

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No More Bringing Home the Bacon: Pork Processors Cut Jobs.

13th January 2015

  Karro Food Group and Tulip, two of the country's biggest pork processors, have announced job losses after both suffered 'significantly' fewer bacon orders. Karro Food Group ann...

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£27 BILLION cost of STEM Shortages

13th January 2015

Failure to meet demand for engineering roles could cost the UK's economy £27bn, industry research has warned. According to Engineering UK, 1.82 million engineering jobs roles will need to b...

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