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Why Diversity Makes Defence Stronger

The UK Government has recently announced its Strategy for Diversity and Inclusion until 2030. The plan outlines measures to bring in people from more diverse backgrounds, and explains why this would b...

History of Engineering: Iron

Iron was one of the most important and revolutionary materials in human history, leading to the iron age, and technological expansion and modernisation. The transition from bronze to iron was one of t...

History of Engineering: The Wheel

The wheel is frequently cited as the most pivotal invention of mankind, allowing for further travel, the transportation of goods, and eventually motorsport.

Historical Figures In Engineering: Edith Clarke

Edith Clarke was one of the first female electrical engineers, whose work would provide instrumental in revolutionising the US telephone system, saving lives through her engineering work in World War ...

Historical Figures in Engineering: Ada Lovelace

Who was Ada Lovelace? Ada Lovelace was an English mathematician in the 19th century, who has since been called the first computer programmer.

Best Industries for Engineering Careers

Many industries offer exciting engineering and technical careers:

Historical Figures in Engineering: Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi

A Persian scholar and mathematician in the 9th Century, Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi translated many epic works of Greek and Indian mathematics and would go on to create algebra. We even get the wor...

Historical Figures in Engineering: Imhotep

Imhotep was an advisor, architect, astronomer and structural engineer to Pharaoh Djoser of Egypt’s Third Dynasty in the 27th century BC. He was the architect of the step pyramid built at the necropoli...

How Hedy Lamarr Invented the Internet

Hedy Lamarr was an actress, icon, and inventor during the 20th Century, and has one of the most fascinating life stories of any Hollywood star.

How Engineering Impacts Every Part of Modern Life

Engineering plays a crucial part in every product, every gadget, every system you use in your daily life. Bridges, cars, phones, computers, aircraft – all are designed and produced by engineers. Most ...

How the Royal Navy Changed After WWII

In 1945, at the end of the Second World War, the Royal Navy had around 900 warships and 1 million people in active service. Now this number has dropped to 72 vessels, and just over 33,000 service pers...

What Is the Future of The Fighter Jet?

Since the inception of the RAF 100 years ago, the fighter plane has been a staple of the air service. Used in militaries around the world, fighters have evolved and redefined how battles are fought.