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UK’s largest cable manufacturer calls for legislation
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British companies are failing to adequately prepare for the upcoming halogen light bulb ban in 2018, as 41 percent are choosing not to switch to the alternative LED lighting in the next 12 months.
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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. Here, Helen Marston, engineer at specialist resistor manufacturer, Cressall, discusses the role of women in engineering throughout history
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