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Survey reveals key role for robotics in tackling COVID-19 and future pandemics

One in three UK adults see a key role for the use of robotics in tackling the COVID-19 crisis and future pandemics, recent research has highlighted. The public poll, commissioned by the EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems (UK-RAS) Network, which was released as part of the annual UK Robotics Week, which returned for its fifth year in June 2020.

Make UK comment on Chancellor's announcement

New ‘collaboration taskforce’ announced to aid economic recovery

University of Bradford’s mass production of innovative face shields for health service

Summer statement should put Industry and skills centre stage of recovery plan

Manufacturers urge Government to secure strong deal with EU

Make UK welcomes flexible furlough but advises caution

Work to begin on £4.1m world-leading composite test centre

Covid-19 to stunt manufacturing growth until 2022

Talking Industry

DFA Media, the publisher of Plant & Works Engineering and its sister magazines Drives & Controls, Smart Machines and Factories and Hydraulics & Pneumatics, is proud to announce Talking Industry, a new series of live digitally broadcast panel discussions with leading experts from the industrial, automation and manufacturing sectors.

Online training to improve businesses’ workplace health and wellbeing

Make UK calls on next generation of female engineers

New digital engineering platform to upskill Britain’s engineering and manufacturing workers

Made Smarter and engineering skills organisation Enginuity have worked together to launch a platform, which delivers digital engineering skills in one place to Britain’s engineers and manufacturers at a time when they are needed more than ever.

Winners of Top 50 Women in Engineering: Sustainability revealed

IChemE highlights chemical engineering’s contribution to climate change

Apprentices return to studies at Birmingham Technology Hub

Manufacturers urged to recognise and celebrate successes of the sector

National Engineering Policy Centre to provide advice to government on reaching net zero emissions

Industry calls for National Recovery Plan

Milestone shows UK industry committed to going greener

PSSR Coronavirus update

Terry Spall appointed President of Institution of Mechanical Engineers

The Digital Manufacturing Accelerator is launching

Public vote of confidence for UK manufacturing

British Safety Council announces winners of the International Safety Awards 2020

Government urged to provide direct support to key strategic sectors and companies

Leading businesses urge Government to deliver recovery plan

Make UK launches new Covid 19 HR & Legal Support Programme

National Manufacturing Institute Scotland leadership team bolstered with CEO appointment

Make UK launches Covid 19 Management Training & Planning Programme

New Digital Engineering platform

Post-COVID-19 industry ready to take on net-zero challenge

Rolls Royce urged to avoid short-term action that will hamper the business and economy

AEMT Awards scheduled for November

Scheduled for Thursday 26th November 2020, the fourth AEMT Gala Awards Dinner will once again bring together the entire electrical and mechanical trades sector in a celebration of business and professional excellence.

70% of PWE readers are working from home

Academy sets engineering challenges children can do at home

Make UK’s virtual classroom brings IOSH Managing Safely into employees’ homes

3 Point recovery plan

Logistics workers seek clarification

Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge goes online for 2020

Keeping people safe in hazardous environments

Engineering skills put to work to help in difficult times

Former ambassador to head newly established Global Affairs unit

Made Smarter manufacturers use emerging technologies to navigate COVID-19

Five point plan for recovery

British Safety Council marks World Day for Safety and Health at Work

BPMA announces online Pump Engineering Forum

Don't put next generation of talent on lockdown

Manufacturing job numbers plummet in Q1 2020

British Safety Council continues to evolve to support organisations during the Coronavirus pandemic