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Without cyber security the “Internet of Everything” is nothing

Added: Over a year ago by ABB

Safety and reliability are key components of any electrical project. Electricity can be dangerous if improperly handled or in case of a system failure.

Who are the guardians of the robots?

Added: Over a year ago by ABB

The volume and ingenuity of today's cyber threats requires a 'defense-in-depth' approach to secure the control and network systems that operate the robots.

Five reasons you should consider a career in teaching physics

Added: Over a year ago by Institute of Physics

Hear, in teachers’ own words, five reasons you should think about applying for physics teacher training this year…

Bakkavor celebrates with employees for 895 years of service!

Added: Over a year ago by Bakkavor

82 employees from Spalding and Sutton Bridge rewarded for 10 and 25 years’ service   Bakkavor has today celebrated the long service and commitment of over 80 employees based at Spalding...

Bakkavor offers early careers opportunities

Added: Over a year ago by Bakkavor

Bakkavor Group, the leading international provider of fresh prepared foods, is once again demonstrating its commitment to Early Careers opportunities by welcoming 47 new young starters this...

Bakkavor looks for future graduate stars

Added: Over a year ago by Bakkavor

Bakkavor Group, the leading international provider of fresh prepared foods, is delighted to announce that applications for its 2018 Graduate Scheme are now open.

Sometimes, it's hard to be an engineer

Added: Over a year ago by Cundall

When will there be enough women on the Supreme Court? When there are nine. There’s been nine men, like forever, and nobody’s ever raised their eyebrows at that.

Build better, more affordably, and sustainably

Added: Over a year ago by Cundall

Guest blogger, Lydia Dutton, is Co-Founder of tech start up LOOP – a circular economy platform for the built environment. Prior to LOOP, Lydia led sustainability at Argent – with...

A Networks Graduate: From desk to hard hat

Added: Over a year ago by SSE

The rotational nature of the graduate scheme not only gives you a brilliant foundation on which to build your career within the company but also lends itself towards graduate engineers looking to...

IT Graduates: How to stand out from the crowd

Added: Over a year ago by SSE

Great companies like SSE are always going to need excellent expertise in IT, and not all companies can offer a range of experience right across the breadth of IT functions.

Our graduate conference was a great success

Added: Over a year ago by Lendlease

Held over an intense and dynamic two days, the opportunities were endless for attendees to learn, develop new skills, network and increase their understanding of Lendlease and the way we...

Graduate Engineers: How to stand out from the crowd

Added: Over a year ago by SSE

I work in the central engineering team in the Generation business. I’m Head of Engineering for Electrical, Control and Performance. I’ve been with SSE for ten years now, 28 years in the...

Britecloud simulation and trials

Added: Over a year ago by Leonardo

Since the unveiling of BriteCloud in late 2013, the Expendable Active Decoy (EAD) has continually undergone a range of trials with Leonardo electronic warfare technologists working alongside UK and...

Helicopters for Naval Missions

Added: Over a year ago by Leonardo

For hundreds of years, but more recently with the development of the global economy, the sea has been a major strategic channel for the transport of raw materials, goods and the exploitation of...

Costain awarded FEED study contract for Tolmount gas onshore plant at Dimlington

Added: Over a year ago by Costain

Costain will conduct a front-end engineering and design (FEED) study for onshore plant to receive gas from a new sub-sea pipeline in Dimlington, on the East Yorkshire coast.

Castle to castle challenge 2017 for Ty Hafan Hospice

Added: Over a year ago by Costain

A team of cyclists from four Costain projects in South Wales set off on a 400mile cycle challenge to Edinburgh, to raise funds towards the Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice Memorial Gardens project...

New platform and tracks at London Bridge station

Added: Over a year ago by Costain

The London Bridge Station redevelopment project’s late August activity programme means the programme is on track for total completion by early 2018.

SSE: Making Inclusion and Diversity a Priority

Added: Over a year ago by SSE

Our focus across SSE is on developing an organisation where everyone feels included, regardless of their gender, race, religion or any other factor.

James Williamson - The Life and Times of a Graduate in SSE

Added: Over a year ago by SSE

In September last year I began on the SSE Engineering Graduate Scheme having completed my MEng in Mechanical Engineering at Robert Gordon University.

Grace Simms - Experiences of a New Graduate Engineer at SSE

Added: Over a year ago by SSE

At the start of September, I joined SSE on the Graduate Engineering Scheme, along with nine others.

SSE IT graduate Rachel tells us why the industry isn't just for boys

Added: Over a year ago by SSE

Rachel Powell, currently on the IT graduate at SSE, says the reality of a career in the sector is a million miles away from the male-dominated reputation it has...

My first week as an NQT

Added: Over a year ago by Teaching

Heading into school on Monday was both exciting and incredibly daunting.

Letter from the First Sea Lord to the Daily Telegraph

Added: Over a year ago

Open letter from Admiral Sir Philip Jones KCB ADC, First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, to the Daily Telegraph regarding their recent article entitled 'Weakened Navy' (15th September 2017).

Oxford URNU Summer deployment

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

Oxford URNU’s Summer Deployment began by meeting HMS Smiter in Hamburg, from where the ship sailed in company with HMS Ranger, HMS Exploit and HMS Archer to Wilhelmshaven, Germany’s...

Royal Navy leads charge in humanitarian response

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

British sailors and soldiers dealing with the aftermath of Caribbean hurricanes have a wealth of training and decades of experience to draw upon.

1SL Speech for Defence and Security Equipment International Naval Technology Zone

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

Admiral Sir Philip Jones, First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, spoke at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) Naval Technology Zone on 12 September 2017.

Jaguar Land Rover going electric from 2020

Added: Over a year ago by Jaguar Land Rover

From 2020, every new car built by Jaguar Land Rover will be at least partly electrified, the company has announced.

Defence Minister announces successful first firings of Sea Ceptor missiles

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

The first firings of the new Sea Ceptor air defence system have been successfully conducted in a major milestone for the Royal Navy, Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin announced today.

Royal Navy unveils radical future submarine concepts

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

The Royal Navy has unveiled a series of futuristic submarine concepts which mimic real marine lifeforms and radically change the way underwater warfare could look in 50 years.

HMS Queen Elizabeth makes debut in Portsmouth with first entry to her home port

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

Britain's future flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth sailed into her home port of Portsmouth for the first time today.

Aircrew work with foreign fast jets to maintain war fighting skills

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

The Royal Navy Sea King Force based at RNAS Culdrose has been working closely with the fast jets of our foreign friends to ensure that Aircrew are at the top of their war fighting game in between...

HMS Astute ready for operations

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

Royal Navy hunter-killer submarine HMS Astute has returned to the Fleet after completing a major capability upgrade and sea training period.

HMS Westminster joins forces with the Met police to deal with disaster

Added: Over a year ago by Royal Navy

Sailors from HMS Westminster summon all their strength to move a smashed-up Daewoo Matiz out of the way in the aftermath of disaster striking the capital - answering the question: what could a...

Innovative collaborative robot sets new benchmark

Added: Over a year ago by HMK

The UK's first COBOT with integrated vision as standard.

Girl gifted 'bionic' hand from Huddersfield 3D printing club

Added: Over a year ago

A 10-year-old girl has been given a "bionic" prosthetic hand after a West Yorkshire university club offered to create one for free.

'Social Value' key to delivering UK's infrastructure and housing needs

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

Mace, one of the UK’s leading construction companies, has called for ‘social value’ measures and targets to be formally embedded in all major construction and infrastructure...

Mace Foundation launches major charity appeal to help emergency service heroes

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

In response to recent events the Mace Foundation has today (22 June) announced the launch of a campaign to raise more than £200,000 to support Britain’s emergency services. The appeal...

Mace sees annual growth of 14% in 2016

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

Today Mace published its 2016 annual report showing a 14% increase in turnover to £1.97bn – well ahead of its 2020 growth target – with international turnover rocketing to...

Mace appointed to Shard Place

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

Real Estate Management (UK) Limited and Sellar can confirm that Mace has been appointed as the construction manager on Shard Place. The residential development replaces Fielden House and will...

Open Farm Sunday; Another fantastic result for UK farmers

Added: Over a year ago by British Sugar

What a great weekend... people came out in their droves to support Open Farm Sunday, now an annual national event, when the general public are welcomed on to farms by our UK farmers.

Mace named as a top 25 UK company by The Sunday Times

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

For the fourth consecutive year, Mace has been named as one of the UK’s biggest private companies in the Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 100, being ranked in the top 25 companies for the second...

Mace completes Vauxhall Sky Gardens

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

Mace has completed Vauxhall Sky Gardens for Frasers Property. Located at 155 Wandsworth Road in London, the project compromises a mix of commercial and residential space, including a single storey...

Mace to project manage new terminal and pier at Schiphol Airport

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

Mace has been awarded a project and construction management contract to manage the delivery of the new pier and terminal at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, as part of the Schiphol Capital Programme. 

Application Advice from CGI

Added: Over a year ago by CGI

We assess each candidate consistently against our requirements and the core competencies. Our complete assessment process is simple and consists of an online application form; if you are...

QinetiQ signs a deal for battleships' autonomous future

Added: Over a year ago by QinetiQ

QinetiQ, a British defence technology company, has announced the contract for the fourth stage of the Maritime Autonomous Platform Exploitation (Maple) project. Several other firms, including BAE...

Battersea Power Station to appoint Mace as Phase 2 Construction Manager

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

Battersea Power Station Development Company has announced that Battersea Power Station has agreed to appoint Mace as Construction Manager for Phase 2 of the development, the Power Station - the...

Mace announced as project manager for Manchester's Our Town Hall project

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

Mace has been appointed as the project manager for the Our Town Hall project, which will fully repair and upgrade Manchester’s iconic Town Hall and Albert Square.

Mace completes two new fire stations for Humberside Fire & Rescue Service

Added: Over a year ago by Mace Group

Mace has completed two new stations for Humberside Fire and Rescue Service. The £14.5m project included the delivery of a 24-hour fully staffed station in Hull’s city centre and a...

Female engineers of the future inspired by BWB women

Added: Over a year ago by BWB

Laura, Lauren, Charu and Heather at the screening of their videos in the IMAX theatre. Four inspiring women from BWB have taken part in an activity day to show eighty Birmingham schoolgirls...

BWB wins technology champion award

Added: Over a year ago by BWB

Dave Hollingsworth, Jon Frost, Iwan Lloyd-Smith and Josh Dickerson from Deetu. BWB’s focus on driving digital innovation has been recognised at a prestigious industry award ceremony in...