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Aston Manor Cider welcomes Neil Parish MP to Tiverton site

Added: 1 day ago by Aston Manor

Aston Manor, the UK’s largest independent cider maker, welcomed Neil Parish, Tiverton and Honiton MP, to our production site in Tiverton.

More international recognition for Aston Manor Cider

Added: 2 days ago by Aston Manor

A range of Aston Manor's products have been recognised for their taste and branding at the World Cider Awards!

The Journey to Finding the Meaningful Work

Added: 2 days ago by Orbium

Career development is very important at Orbium. We ensure they are given the opportunity to set their goals, develop their career path and attain what they set out to achieve.

The New Orbium Careers Blog: Attracting the Right Talent

Added: 2 days ago by Orbium

With the new Orbium careers blog we hope to recruit the right people that can help build, grow and sustain the company for years to come.

IPO report finds UK women inventors still thin on the ground

Added: 4 days ago by Intellectual Property Office

Under 10% of inventors named on Great British patent applications are women, according to research from the Intellectual Property Office.

Mott MacDonald joins United Nations Global Compact

Added: 4 days ago by Mott MacDonald

“By being part of the UNGC, we want to reiterate our support to this business practice and to promote the use of the UN SDGs as the common framework to achieve a truly sustainable development...

Alfa Employees Provide Accessible Facilities in the Community

Added: 4 days ago by Alfa

We have a growing CSR team at Alfa, populated by a wide spectrum of volunteers from across the company. It’s important to us to be able to engage with our local communities and provide...

Kier appointed to deliver state-of-the-art £42m school and leisure development in Ponteland

Added: 1 week ago by Kier Group

We have a strong track record in delivering first-class educational and local community buildings and our aim is to create, with the client team, learning environments in which students can thrive.

Women graduates tackle the world’s most pressing energy challenges at Schneider Electric

Added: 1 week ago by Schneider Electric

Meet the women graduates thriving at Schneider Electric.

Gerry McDonnell - The Enterprise Business

Added: 1 week ago by SSE

I joined SSE’s graduate programme 2 years ago after completing a mechanical engineering degree at Strathclyde University. I have since taken up a permanent role within SSE Enterprise.

Technology is revolutionising the built environment

Added: 1 week ago by GRAHAM

We discuss how technology is changing construction as we know it.

Lessons learned from Autodesk University

Added: 1 week ago by GRAHAM

GRAHAM’s Digital Construction Team shares the big takeaways from the recent Autodesk University Conference.

GRAHAM wins multimillion pound Procter & Gamble design and build contract

Added: 1 week ago by GRAHAM

GRAHAM has been appointed by Procter & Gamble to carry out the multimillion pound design and build of the Innovation Centre in Reading, Berkshire.

Ocado reveals near zero food waste levels

Added: 1 week ago by Ocado

Ocado redistributed 2,200 tonnes of fresh and ambient food in 2017 alone.

Ocado calls on kids to help bin the nation's food waste dilemma

Added: 1 week ago by Ocado

Ocado and Little Inventors have joined forces to encourage Britain’s young brains to come up with an invention that can fight against household food waste.

Simi Dubb talks Diversity & Inclusion

Added: 1 week ago by Centrica

Why we’re committed to diversity and inclusion at Centrica.

Centrica completes two 50MW fast-response plants in Brigg and Peterborough

Added: 1 week ago by Centrica

Centrica plc has completed construction of two new fast response power plants in Brigg, North East Lincolnshire, and Peterborough.

Inclusivity at the heart of Heathrow’s recruitment strategy as the airport prepares to expand

Added: 2 weeks ago by Heathrow Airport

Today, Heathrow announces that it is the first UK airport to use Textio to highlight unconscious bias in the airport’s job listings.

Strong local support for expansion as Heathrow announces second phase of consultation

Added: 2 weeks ago by Heathrow Airport

New Populus polling released by Heathrow today shows support for the airport’s expansion plan remains strong in local communities.

Heathrow on track for a quieter and greener year

Added: 2 weeks ago by Heathrow Airport

Results from Heathrow’s latest Fly Quiet and Green quarterly league table

My Information Security Internship at G-Research

Added: 2 weeks ago by G-Research

When selecting my degree I, like many other students, was mindful of how increasingly competitive the job market is becoming and how vital it would be to stand out.

What to expect from a Quant Platform Software Engineering interview

Added: 2 weeks ago by G-Research

The Quant Platform team, part of software engineering, develops and maintains the software at the very core of G-Research’s business.

A Bad Day At The Office

Added: 2 weeks ago by G-Research

In the Security Division (and at G-Research in general), we like to bring in skilled individuals at any point in their careers, and are very enthusiastic about partnering with universities.

Create Today. Predict Tomorrow.

Added: 2 weeks ago by G-Research

G-Research has been on an incredible journey over the past few years. We’re a Quant Research and Technology company in the heart of London.

Fujitsu helps to launch University Technical College Cyber Security Group to prepare students for a career in cyber security in the UK

Added: 2 weeks ago by Fujitsu

In conjunction with University Technical Colleges (UTCs) across England, Fujitsu today announced the launch of the University Technical College (UTC) Cyber Security Group, which looks to prepare...

New £2M Leonardo academy development opens in Lincoln to train the cyber and electronic warriors of the future

Added: 2 weeks ago by Leonardo

At a ceremony on Friday, Air Marshal Philip Osborn, the UK’s Chief of Defence Intelligence, officially opened a brand new training facility where defence and security company Leonardo will...

INEOS Celebrates its 20th anniversary with €200 million European investment in its Oxide business

Added: 2 weeks ago by INEOS

INEOS today celebrates its 20th anniversary at its first site in Antwerp. As it marks the occasion, INEOS Oxide has announced investment of €200 million into its business, with €150m of...

INEOS is to invest £60 million in the UK to expand production at its Grangemouth site

Added: 2 weeks ago by INEOS

INEOS has today announced plans to invest £60 million to expand its Grangemouth site. It has awarded a contract to build an additional furnace on its KG ethylene plant to Selas-Linde GmbH,...

Never stop improving. Never stop growing.

Added: 3 weeks ago by Capital One

Technology counts for nothing in a business if you don’t have the people who know how to make the most of it.

Capital One UK lands in Silicon Roundabout

Added: 3 weeks ago by Capital One

Capital One UK has completed its expansion in London by relocating its West End offices to the White Collar Factory EC1, overlooking Silicon Roundabout.

General Dynamics Land Systems–UK will deliver innovative state-of-the-art training solutions for the AJAX programme

Added: 3 weeks ago by General Dynamics UK

General Dynamics Land Systems–UK will deliver a comprehensive state-of-the-art training solutions package for the British Army as part of the AJAX programme

General Dynamics Mission Systems–UK wins Royal Logistics Corps Foundation Award

Added: 3 weeks ago by General Dynamics UK

General Dynamics Mission Systems–UK has been presented with an award for ‘Thought Leadership’ during the Royal Logistic Corps Foundation (RLC) annual awards evening.

General Dynamics UK announced as proud sponsor for Armed Forces Day national event

Added: 3 weeks ago by General Dynamics UK

General Dynamics UK will be sponsoring the Armed Forces Day national event in Llandudno, North Wales.

General Dynamics UK collaborates with INCOSE UK, alongside corporate Advisory Board partners, for ‘Think Engineer’ publication

Added: 3 weeks ago by General Dynamics UK

General Dynamics UK has collaborated with INCOSE UK, alongside eight other corporate INCOSE UK Advisory Board (UKAB) partners, to publish a special edition of the children’s book ‘Think...

Inside Britain's secret weapons research facility

Added: 3 weeks ago by Dstl

As Porton Down marks its 100th anniversary, what really goes on inside Britain's most secretive and controversial military research base? Porton Down - also known as the Defence Science and...

Brand new x-ray technology set for production in the UK

Added: 3 weeks ago by Dstl

Ploughshare Innovations has agreed a licence deal with Axi-Tek Ltd for a novel x-ray technology which will be used to develop the next generation of safe and rapid inspection equipment.

Dstl scientists take to the high seas on HMS Queen Elizabeth

Added: 3 weeks ago by Dstl

As HMS Queen Elizabeth makes her way across the Atlantic deploying for her longest sea trial to date, a pair of scientists from the Defence, Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) are on-board...

Galliford Try appointed to Coventry Leisure Centre revamp

Added: 3 weeks ago by Galliford Try

Galliford Try continues to win work within Coventry, signing contracts with Coventry City Council to build the new 50m swimming pool at the Alan Higgs leisure centre.

Mayor of Bristol visits Blackberry Hill as work gets underway

Added: 3 weeks ago by Galliford Try

Galliford Try Partnerships organised the event so that key partners involved with the project could review progress so far and to see accelerated construction in action.

Second phase of works at Gallions Quarter granted detailed planning consent

Added: 3 weeks ago by Galliford Try

A reserved matters planning consent has been granted for the second phase of development at Gallions Quarter.

Our landmark collaboration with Panasonic marks a step-change in in-flight connectivity

Added: 3 weeks ago by Inmarsat

People now expect to be connected everywhere they go – and nowhere is that truer than when they’re in the air.

A nose for business

Added: 3 weeks ago by Unilever

How our fragrance experts create the scents you love – and the ingredients we use to make them.

Inmarsat and Panasonic Avionics enter into landmark strategic collaboration for Commercial Aviation

Added: 3 weeks ago by Inmarsat

Inmarsat and Panasonic Avionics enter into landmark strategic collaboration for Commercial Aviation Collaboration agreement brings together two global leaders in in-flight connectivity.

Unilever named Britain’s Most Admired Company 2017

Added: 3 weeks ago by Unilever

Unilever has regained its top position in the annual list of Britain’s Most Admired Companies (BMAC) 2017.

Nuclear Sector Deal Published

Added: 3 weeks ago by National Nuclear Laboratory

The UK National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) welcomes the publication today of Government’s Nuclear Sector Deal.

Scientists harness space particles to detect radioactive material

Added: 3 weeks ago by National Nuclear Laboratory

Scientists have successfully developed a technology that can harness muons – essentially heavy electrons derived from space particles – to detect and safely manage radioactive waste.

It's Here - The Suffrage Flag Arrives at NNL!

Added: 3 weeks ago by National Nuclear Laboratory

This week NNL will be celebrating the Centenary of Women winning the right to Vote by hosting the prestigious Suffrage Flag on its tour of the UK.

Science and Engineering moving Britain forwards

Added: 4 weeks ago by Civil Service Fast Stream

Here, in the latest of a series of blogs highlighting the roles that Science and Engineering Fast Stream (SEFS) take on, we hear from two SEFS working in the Department for Transport.

Life at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) – a great place to build a career

Added: 4 weeks ago by Civil Service Fast Stream

Stuart Newman talks about his life at the office of National Statistics.

Average UK Construction Dispute Value Remains at All-Time High

Added: 4 weeks ago by Arcadis

The average value of construction and engineering disputes in the UK remained at $34m during 2017.