Women in STEM: Encouraging girls to study engineering
How are companies and encouraging more young women to study engineering and STEM?
Diversity in engineering: Who is furthering the cause?
Tackling the issue of diversity in engineering is no small task. Thankfully, there are those trying to help.
The UK's oldest rail lines
The rail industry is one of the UK’s best inventions. Discover more about the history here.
Who are the biggest energy corporations?
There are many corporations at the heart of the energy industry. But which are the largest?
Winter Driving Do's and Dont's
With the current weather in the Northern part of the country and forecasted weather for the rest of the
Mumbai airport breaks flights record for single day
Mumbai airport has broken the record for flights arriving and departing on a single runway in 24 hours.
China waste import ban presents challenges
China’s imminent ban on importing many types of foreign recyclable waste is presenting challenges.
Great Western Railway set for new ‘weatherproof’ trains
The innovation involves raising the brake resistor platform, ensuring excess water does not touch equipment.
Scientists reveal total amount of plastic ever produced
The importance of recycling plastic and the challenges we face in doing enough of it have been highlighted.
Passenger focused works continue on Tyne and Wear Metro
Work began in July 2016, between the Jesmond Metro Station and Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, with 2km of track
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