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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

Queen’s University Belfast opens £7.5 million advanced manufacturing technology facility

The return of the AEMT Awards

Chief executive awarded an OBE

UAS Challenge student drone competition final in North Wales

Annual photography competition puts British manufacturing in the frame

Industry 4.0 webinar – from factory floor to the cloud and back again

One in three willing to pay more for electric cars, but it might not be enough to drive uptake

Siemens and Newcastle University relationship extends to accelerate digital innovation

BSRIA welcomes T-levels announcement

Manufacturing pauses for breath

Geoff Baker becomes Institution’s new President

'Gender pay gap reporting is good for business'

Number of EU workers leaving UK eases but industry still faces recruitment crunch

Wellbeing at work – what does it look like for you?

Year of Engineering launch includes an emphasis on Digital and Robotics

AEMT Awards 2017 winners announced

BSRIA to celebrate 2018 Year of Engineering

UK’s most comprehensive 4IR survey to be launched in January

Inaugural Smart Industry Expo debuts alongside Plant & Asset Management in April 2018

Stephen Phipson joins EEF as new chief executive

Gender pay gap in manufacturing falls by 6% in past decade

Chemical engineer wins top Women’s Engineering Society award

The IET launches 'Engineering the Next Generation'

Plant & Asset Management set to take centre stage in 2018

AEMT announces 2017 Awards Finalists

International Safety Awards 2018 are launched

60% of manufacturers are testing Industrial Internet of Things programmes but only 1 in 20 have a clear business case