Archive June 2019

How entrepreneurship offers a route out of industrial decline

2 months ago — Long Read

The recent collapse of British Steel highlights the vulnerability of towns like Scunthorpe in England’s north-east to industrial decline. With 4,500 jobs on the line, its dependence on a single...

Engineer scoops major award for his life saving breathing device

2 months ago — Quick Read

This years Commonwealth Innovation Awards has been awarded to Nitesh Kumar Jangir, an Indian engineer, who created a breathing device which prevents the deaths of newborn babies.

Ikea sets sights on the UK for flat-pack housing

2 months ago — Quick Read

Worthing Council has agreed to work with IKEA's housing company BoKlok to develop new houses. A BoKlok house being constructed in Finland BoKlok is jointly owned by mega construction company...

Just 5 Days to Go On Our LEGO Rough Terrain Crane

2 months ago — Quick Read

Just 5 days(!) to go to the end of our latest LEGO Competition.

International Women In Engineering Day – Let’s celebrate the women pushing boundaries in Engineering

2 months ago — Quick Read

Today, June 23rd, is International Women In Engineering Day.

Carl Sagan Inspired Solar Sail to Launch Next Week

2 months ago — Long Read

SpaceX is all set to launch a solar-sail propelled craft into orbit next week.