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18/06/2018 - Cressall on the role of women in engineering
According to the Women’s Engineering Society (WES), less than ten per cent of engineering professionals in the United Kingdom are women, the lowest figure in Europe. Latvia, Bulgaria and Cyprus are leading the way, with female engineers making up almost 30 per cent.
 
18/06/2018 - Renishaw inspires budding engineers with hands-on learning
To enthuse and motivate pupils in their science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) learning, global engineering company Renishaw has run a series of workshops for year six pupils at Llwynypia School in Tonypandy, South Wales.
 
18/06/2018 - Flexible modular SCADA adapts to emerging demands in green power generation
The shift to renewable fuels for power generation is leading control engineers to adopt new ideas and find flexible solutions for the greater variety of technologies and sizes of plants now being built.
 
18/06/2018 - How STEM industries can attract more females into the sector
The recent Why not physics? – a snapshot of girls’ uptake at A-level report foreword from Professor Dame Julia Higgins, claims that “an ill-judged quip that girls ‘can’t’ do maths, or physics is ‘too hard’, can lead to girls making life-changing decisions that alter the subject they study or the career they pursue.
 
18/06/2018 - Watch student racing car winners go head-to-head following the Grand Prix
To mark the 20th anniversary of Formula Student, the student engineering design event run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, they are holding a one-off race at Silverstone on Qualifying Day of the Formula One British Grand Prix.
 
15/06/2018 - Harmonic Drive on making sure VAR is a success
During the 2010 World Cup, a referee was famously dismissed from refereeing the rest of the tournament because of his decision to play on, despite a goal being scored.
 
15/06/2018 - Exploring the world of virtual commissioning
In 1895, pioneer of astronautic theory, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, developed the concept of the space elevator, a transportation system that would allow vehicles to travel along a cable from the Earth’s surface directly into space.
 
15/06/2018 - PPMA 2018 Preview - Rotech Machines - PUTTING TIJ TO THE TEST
Rotech Machines, stand A37, PPMA, 25-27 September 2018, NEC Birmingham

At PPMA, Rotech Machines is inviting visitors to put thermal inkjet (TIJ) to the test on any coding task.
 
15/06/2018 - Following the links of the total cost of life for chain
Specifying higher quality mechanical power transmission products usually comes with a price premium. Of course, when specified correctly, this premium can be more than recouped by their longer working life and lower maintenance requirements.
 
14/06/2018 - Endoline re-engineers flagship random sealer to meet manufacturer case challenges
In response to manufacturer calls for flexible, future proof, end-of-line machinery, Endoline will unveil, at the forthcoming PPMA Show (Stand C52), its re-engineered 704 Fully Automatic Random Case Sealer, which can now manage an unprecedented range of case styles and sizes, meeting all current health and safety regulations.
 
 
  
 
    
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