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Commercial Air Travel Safety: 2017 Safest for Passengers

For commercial air travel safety, it has been revealed that 2017 was the safest year for passengers around the world.

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7 Reasons to Live and Work in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is one of the most fantastic cities in the world, with excellent opportunities for engineering work.   

Most In-Demand Technical Skills for 2018

New Year, New Job – Is 2018 the year for your career?

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White Paper: How to Get More Women into Engineering

How can we attract the female engineers needed to advance the engineering industry? VHR are delighted to present our research white paper on How to Get More Women into Engineering.

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5 Reasons to Live and Work in New Zealand

Ever thought about working in New Zealand? Swap rainy days for your dream career in paradise?

Aerospace Innovations: 2017’s Top 5 Inventions

Last week, Sky News revealed a recent video of astronauts enjoying Pizza in space with zero gravity as a result of  recent Aerospace Innovations.

UK Asks to Remain in EASA

Despite Theresa May’s commitment to avoid the oversight of EU Judges after Brexit, the Government wants to remain part of the EU Air Safety Body it has been revealed.   The Government has asked to rem...

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3D Printing vs Traditional Engineering: New Era of Engineering

This year’s FormNext engineering & manufacturing event in Frankfurt revealed mammoth strides in 3D Printing, along with a wealth of upcoming engineering innovations. Will the recent technological ...

Historical Figures In Engineering: Wernher von Braun and the Moon Landing

Neil Armstrong’s famous words, ‘One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind’ were only made possible by the iconic scientific breakthroughs of NASA. The story behind the Moon Landing is often f...

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Women in Marine: Isabelle Autissier

A record-breaker who has sailed around the world four times, Isabelle Autissier is a French sailor, writer, agronomist and environmental activist.

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Little Miss Inventor: Inspiring Girls into STEM Subjects

The consistently low numbers of women in engineering are hindering the advancement of an industry that relies on innovation. Could the answer to the question of ‘How can we attract and retain female e...

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Marine Safety: The Clipper Round the World Race Fatalities

Lasting 11 months and covering 45,000 nautical miles, the Clipper Round the World Race is a sailing competition like no other. An exciting race, it has been met with controversy, as tragic events prom...