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UKWA calls for change in food inspection procedures

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) has called on the Government to adopt new legislation that allows foodstuffs entering the country to be inspected at inland premises – instead of ports - to ease the flow of goods into post-Brexit Britain.

Tony Roche becomes IMechE’s new President

A-Levels: Uptake in Maths and Physics welcomed

UK Open Day is huge success

When Radwell International chose the date for its UK Open Day it says it could not have known the high level of response it would receive from customers, suppliers and exhibitors.

Manufacturers continue boosting 4IR investments

Energy & Utility Skills announces partnership with The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award to build excellence in the workforce

Wider approach needed to encourage more female engineering apprentices

EEF launches new training in robotics and automation

UK-wide assembly to showcase engineers on a mission

Inaugural Equality in Engineering Summit: Inclusion is a Health & Safety Issue

Two-thirds of UK businesses not insured against information security breaches and data loss according to NTT Security report

WES appoints Elizabeth Donnelly as CEO in the approach to its centenary year

Strong growth for SME manufacturers, but skills shortages endure

Planning for Brexit outcomes already underway for many of the UK’s SMEs

BPMA supports second EURIS Summit

Engineers of Tomorrow Apprentice Competition marks 20th anniversary with new fire category

IChemE calls for nominations to medals and prizes

Manufacturing pay myth smashed in new analysis

BSRIA comments on A Level results

EEF comments on A Level results

New vice president

UK manufacturing preparing for no-deal Brexit

Government offers conformity assessment assurance

More than one in 10 girls think that STEM careers are more suited towards boys

Airbus outlines Brexit no-deal risk assessment

Seven steps for survival to stay cool in buildings

Brexit worries stifling manufacturers' international growth ambitions

BFPA defines minimum educational requirements in fluid power, for a safer, multi-skilled workforce

IChemE award for energy consultancy Xodus Group

Manufacturers boosting 4IR investments but progress desperately needed

Survey for apprentices working in the engineering sector

Strong year for manufacturing masks future concerns regarding investment and trade outlook

Courageous quartet of Staffordshire drivers handed top health and safety honours

BPMA supports letter to Prime Minister expressing concerns over Brexit ‘No Deal’ scenario

Formula Student unveils driverless car

Growing the UK’s space market

Global quadrupling of cooling appliances to 14 billion could see staggering increase in world’s energy consumption

More needs to be done to protect workers’ lives

Special journal published to mark the 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster

EURIS summit stimulates congenial Brexit debate

Introducing a new initiative Safety and Health in Engineering Partnership – SHEP

International Safety Awards 2019 are launched

Announcing the top 50 Women in Engineering (WE50) 2018

Academy steps up programme to address diversity in early career engineering

New training and development committee

Sophia Hatzelmann named Engineer Powerwoman 2018

UK air quality not all bad news

Academy welcomes Prime Minister’s focus on research and innovation

Access India event helps to facilitate bilateral investment

Industry calls for ‘Max-Fac’ option to be dropped