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4 Famous Engineering Brands that Bounced Back from a Crisis

The coronavirus pandemic has negatively impacted, and in many cases sadly decimated, thousands of companies across industries around the globe. Even ‘essential’ Engineering and Manufacturing businesse...

5 Ways Manufacturing & Engineering Businesses Have Diversified

The impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic have been significant and far-reaching across industries and geographies. Although Engineering and Manufacturing are in many cases deemed ‘essential’ through the p...

Engineering Industry Trends for 2020

2019 saw huge developments across the Engineering Industry, with advances in Artificial Intelligence, cyber security breaches and changes in customer attitudes linked to the climate crisis among the i...

VHR Engineering Expert’s Industry Predictions

VHR’s new Engineering & Defence recruitment expert Gary Taylor reveals his predictions for the market in 2020 and beyond.

The Future of Automation

Automation has been a staple in the manufacturing process of virtually every product for decades. Now, thanks to cheaper and more sophisticated technology, we’re starting to see fully automated facili...

Why Ethics Are So Important For Engineers

It’s an engineer’s job to build things, make things better, and to come up with new solutions to complicated problems. Engineers have created new forms of transportation, new ways of generating energy...

How Industry 4.0 Will Improve Circular Economies

Thanks to the Internet of Things, we now have access to more data than ever. Industry analytics allows us to learn from this data, optimise things, and make the entire process more efficient.

How Denmark Became The Capital Of The Robotics Industry

The robotics industry is becoming more and more impressive thanks to innovation on a global scale. Combining impressive feats of mechanical and electrical engineering, as well as AI systems to enable ...

History of Engineering: Carbon Fibre

Once, the only materials we could use to build with were what we could find in nature. Wood, stone, clay, iron, and bronze allowed us to build houses, tools, and weapons.

Is The Future Of Combat Non-Nuclear?

Nuclear weapons defined the closing days of World War II, and loomed over the next fifty years of combat, dominating both the military and psychological landscapes of world leaders and the people who ...

History of Engineering: 5G

Thanks to smartphones, we now have the capability to access information and entertainment anywhere, at any time, thanks to data. 5G is the latest iteration of mobile technology, promising faster speed...

Historical Figures of Engineering: Seymour Cray

Supercomputers drive many of our technical industries forward with superior processing power and a high level of sophistication.