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IET Achievement Medal award

The Institute of the Engineering and Technology (IET) has awarded Professor Adrian Hilton from the University of Surrey one of its highest honours, the IET Achievement Medal – one of five awarded in the UK in 2018.

Britain’s high health and safety standards must be protected after Brexit, demands British Safety Council

New Home for the East Midlands’ Big Bang

2018 AEMT Awards Winners Announced

Manufacturing outlook deteriorates as uncertainty continues to bite

Carbon capture funding announcement

BCAS announces Jason Morgan as new president

British Gear Association offers training to AEMT members

Industry calls for urgent boost to UK Occupational Health capability

Semta Skills Awards

Talented photographers recognised at National Manufacturing photography awards

British Safety Council announces the results of its multimedia poster competition focused on workplace wellbeing

Engineers in top five of most trusted professions

Smart Industry Conferences launched

Local companies collaborate on schools engineering skills initiative

Competitiveness programme nets over £3bn for UK aerospace through increased productivity

Calls for UK to maintain current H&S landscape

Parents prioritise careers that make a difference

New EEF research shows manufacturers have to modernise working practices to survive in a post-Brexit world

Finalists for the AEMT Awards 2018 announced

Women’s Engineering Society to show the huge range of careers available in engineering.

Thousands of young people to benefit from engineering programme

Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital receives Engineering Heritage Award

EEF - Industry calls for extension to transition period

Engineering skills course gives learners springboard into industry careers

BCAS joins EURIS

US Embassy hosts 4IR summit

EURIS survey highlights support for continued regulatory alignment with EU

Sulzer inaugurates new manufacturing site in Poland

UK cannot tackle future problems without a strong manufacturing sector

Brunel and Durham engineering students win 2018 Design Challenge

College enrolls record number of female engineering apprentices

Budget to set tone for post Brexit economy - CBI

A host of new accolades up for grabs as RoSPA Awards open for entries

A winning perspective on engineering risk for IMIA’s annual photography competition

IET celebrates women in engineering with a new exhibition

Brexit puts brakes on manufacturing investment

RoSPA’s OSHtober campaign to focus on driving for work

Second round of business-led Prosperity Partnerships that link Research with Industry launched

Second EURIS Summit urges business friendly Brexit

Public believes manufacturing vital for future of post-Brexit economy

Aerospace deliveries head towards new record

UKWA calls for change in food inspection procedures

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