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Star quality

With an array of top awards to show for what is still a relatively short career in engineering, Orla Murphy of Jaguar Land Rover shows no sign of losing any of her passion for the profession.

Égalité, fraternité, liberté, mobilité

In its centenary year, Citroën is looking to the next 100 years by unveiling two radical concept car designs. Tom Austin-Morgan met Citroën’s design director Pierre Leclercq at Goodwood Festival of ...

Designing for the ageing population

The UK’s population is at its largest ever and is predicted to continue growing. With people living longer, what is being done to prepare for the day-to-day challenges this will pose?

Sharing the secret sauce

NI sees itself as perfectly positioned in the world of hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing for electric and autonomous vehicles. Doug Farrell sat down with Tom Austin-Morgan at NIWeek in Austin, ...

Skills to pay the bills

The revolution in UK vocational education brought about by the Sainsbury Review has meant the establishment of panels to shape so-called ‘T-Levels’. Eureka! talks to the man appointed to lead the ...

Reach for the sky

The UK needs to move up the ladder from being a component manufacturer to designing entire aircraft systems for future air travel, if it wants to lead the next revolution in aviation. It’s entirely ...

The need to go beyond compliance

Our rapidly changing global market necessitates ‘safety beyond compliance’ product testing. So, how can designers and manufacturers successfully navigate compliance complexities to gain a genuine ...

Putting Industry 4.0 into practice

As a global automotive and industrial supplier, Schaeffler is digitally transforming its entire business, which involves the integration of its mechatronics components, systems and machines into the ...

Injection moulding is in our DNA

Rutland Plastics MD, Steve Ayre, shares details of three very diverse and challenging projects that tested the capabilities of this family run business, set up in 1956.

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