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SNP MP Stuart C. McDonald has urged the Government to reveal how they are going to deal with cash retentions, an issue affecting the livelihood of small firms in the construction industry
Britain’s best bacon butties have been revealed, following a month-long hunt
Fridge freezer in question has not been subject to a product recall
The 2017 list is made up of outstanding female engineers under the age of 35, who have all made a significant contribution to the field
Energy company SSE is using this year’s International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) to launch a new film which aims to bust some of the myths associated with women in engineering
FPSA2 calls on Government to act with industry to facilitate the transformation of the power sector
Energy efficient lighting cuts costs Ryan McCann of McCann Electrical. Ryan McCann of McCann Electrical. Anna Dove LEDs can transform a business. Anna Dove talks to a specialist who helps firms plug into the new technology.
More than half of tradespeople (56 per cent) has revealed that the most common question they are asked by customers is based on the cost of their services, according to research into the industry.
The largest public and private organisations in the UK can do more to reduce their carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, according to Philips Lighting, a global leader in lighting.
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According to the Smart Factories and the Modern Manufacturer report, investments in smart manufacturing are set to drive a 27 per cent increase in efficiency over the next five years, boosting the global economy by a colossal $500 billion. Here, Lee Sullivan, regional manager for industrial automation software expert, COPA-DATA UK examines one of the key choices manufacturers will make during their digital transformation — choosing the right software
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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