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Choosing the right path into engineering

When choosing a career, it’s important to carefully consider all available options and to gain a clear understanding of where each route could lead. Here, Simon Biggs, education outreach executive at global engineering company, Renishaw, explains ...

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Five steps to zero downtime

Few things can damage the financial stability of a manufacturing facility more than unexpected downtime. Unplanned downtime may be beyond the control of a manufacturer – caused by infrastructure ...


Improving traceability in the supply chain

Supermarkets across the UK are recalling thousands of meals containing egg after the news of contamination. However, it’s not just the food industry that is affected by product recalls. Recalls can ...



Driven by e-motion: ICE's long goodbye

In pre-recession 2007, I attended a lecture at Imperial College London on Peak Oil. The speaker, an academic with close ties to the oil and gas industry, believed Peak Oil had, in fact, happened. He ...


Making dentistry digital

One of the most renowned myths about America's first president, George Washington, is that his dentures were made from wood. In fact, Washington had several sets of full and partial dentures, all of ...


Transforming power quality for the renewable age

By 2018, Holland’s rail network will run entirely on renewable energy. The country’s existing wind farms already supply almost half of the network’s traction power. Investment in new farms will ...



The technologies tipping Industry 4.0

Science fiction writer, Ray Bradbury once said, ‘Living at risk is jumping off a cliff and building your wings on the way down.’ Though this is a truly inspiring thought, I’m not convinced that ...



Protecting electrical enclosures in hotter climates

In summer, most us look forward to longer days, holidaying abroad and eating endless amounts of ice cream without feeling guilty. However, spare a thought for plant managers, who fill with dread when ...


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