• EPSRC launches fellowships for the future of manufacturing

    EPSRC 17 September 2015

    Four new fellowships that will support senior researchers in areas of manufacturing at the frontiers of technological change will be announced today by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The announcement will form part of the EPSRC’s annual Manufacturing the Future conference being held at the University of Cambridge. The fellowship grants will…

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  • How engineering internships boost industry skills and employability

    Lucite International 16 September 2015

    Engineering for Growth partner Lucite International’s (LI) internship programme offers the best and brightest college students an opportunity to nurture their passions, develop their career potential and network with people around the world. Each student brings with them their own skill set and perspective to the business. LI caught up with four of their 2015…

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  • Royal Academy of Engineering selects Britain’s top four 16-25-year-old engineering entrepreneurs

    Royal Academy of Engineering 10 September 2015

    A biodegradable tent, an inflatable incubator for premature babies, a magnetic gas monitor, and a medical device that could revolutionise kidney dialysis have been selected by the Royal Academy of Engineering as four of the most promising future British engineering and technology innovations developed by 16-25-year-old entrepreneurs. Technology visionaries Amanda Campbell, 23, George Edwards, 19,…

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  • Jaguar Land Rover launches lifelong learning Academy for its workforce

    Jaguar Land Rover 7 September 2015

      Jaguar Land Rover has launched its Academy, the first of its kind in the UK automotive sector.  The new Academy will offer all Jaguar Land Rover workers the opportunity to take part in continuous development programmes to enhance their careers and provide the skills the company needs. With an annual learning and development outlay…

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