This is the story of how the partnership between INEOS and delaware started. And how it continues to this day.
delaware took home the trophy from a group of 200 eligible companies in the large enterprise category.
The breadth of the programme ensures that all aspects of the project lifespan are covered.
Doncasters Group and Rolls-Royce have agreed base terms and conditions in the form of a Framework Agreement, covering the range of Doncasters Group manufacturing sites.
Navy engineers from HMS Collingwood, HMS Diamond and the RN UTC Team recently attended the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) fair 2018 at CEMAST, Lee-On-Solent.
Royal Navy engineers from HM Naval Base Clyde will be visiting primary schools throughout Argyll and Bute to help launch a major Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) competition in...
The third of the Royal Navy’s five new Offshore Patrol Vessels has been formally named HMS Trent at the Glasgow shipyard where she was built.
The Royal Navy is attending the 2018 Big Bang Fair at the NEC Birmingham today - the UK's largest and highest-profile Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Fair.
The UK has today become the latest member state of the European XFEL, the international research facility that is home to the world’s largest X-ray laser.
The mystery of why comets travelling through Space give off X-ray emissions has been solved thanks to new research undertaken by a team that included science staff from STFC’s Central Laser...
Making its Air Day debut, Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton is hugely excited to announce the Hellenic Air Force F-16 Demo Team 'Zeus' will participate in the flying display on Saturday 7 July.
Sink the Duncan! That’s one of the tasks of international submarines during NATO’s biggest sub hunt of the year in the Mediterranean.
An F-35B has landed on the deck of the USS Wasp in a milestone year for the stealth fighter jet.
What does it mean to be a Lendlease graduate? Our Day in the Life series finds out first-hand. This week, we caught up with Neelam Kundi
Artificial intelligence for driverless cars will form part of the annual Formula Student competition at Silverstone in July.
Having taken an early interest in electronics and aeroplanes, Kris Harrison’s passion for engineering was fully ignited while doing her A-levels, when her physics teacher inspired her to...
Officer Cadets (OC) from Britannia Royal Naval College have been getting stuck in on board HMS Albion as the ship leads an international task group in the Mediterranean.
Plans for a £200m rail factory creating 700 jobs in East Yorkshire have been announced.
A £260 million agreement with the United States Government to support RAF C-17 heavy lift transport aircraft into the next decade has been signed by the MOD, Defence Minister Guto Bebb...
Confused about what technology jobs are out there? Heard about programming roles but not much else?
Future engineers from Plymouth have scooped top awards at a ceremony attended by HRH Prince of Wales.
The first 'accelerated' weapon and air engineers for the front-line Navy have been converted from civilians into sailors.
A consortium including FTSE 250 construction firm Balfour Beatty has been awarded a $1.95bn (£1.4bn) contract to build a train network at Los Angeles International Airport.
Tata Steel will invest £75m to repair a blast furnace at Port Talbot steelworks, industry sources have claimed.
A pioneering training centre for the next generation of highly skilled aircraft maintenance engineers at Doncaster Sheffield Airport could see apprentices and their trainers digitally connected to...
?There will be a glut of new train carriages coming to Britain’s railways by 2021, according to figures released by the Rail Delivery Group.
A new £7.5m college will use cutting-edge technology including virtual reality and robotics to train the next generation of nuclear workers.
Last weekend, over 70 students travelled to the University of Sheffield to take part in the 48 hour Sir William Siemens Challenge: MindSphere Live, the UK student engineering event of the year!
I graduated from a Physics with Astrophysics degree at The University of Manchester two years ago. Since then I completed a year-long internship before co-founding a design and education start-up...
The Building Research Establishment (BRE) is launching the Centre for Smart Homes & Buildings (CSHB) to aid the UK housebuilding industry and promote the installation of smart technology in homes.
People are always surprised when I tell them that I’m a construction site manager. ‘That’s not a job for a woman, surely?’ is usually the response I get.
A Naval Air Squadron has today embarked in the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth for the first time - marking another first in the regeneration of the Royal Navy's carrier strike capability.
On 17 Jan 18 Midshipman Emily O'Donovan, Officer Cadets (OCdt) Emily Herbert and Luke Harris went to sea in HMS Ocean for a week to observe the aviation training that took place as well as to spend...
The Royal Navy is supporting young would-be engineers from Newton Abbot taking part in a national competition racing model cars they have created.
As new graduates, you should be looking at all companies and roles equally and choosing the one which is most in line with your personality.
“What motivates you to work for this company?” As a millennial who has worked at Schneider Electric for 6 years, I’ll summarise my observations with 3 strategic reasons.
Learn how Leonardo technology is helping transform UK policing through its key role delivering the Home Office’s ambitious National ANPR Service.
A unique collaboration between Shell, Gordon Murray Design and Geo Technology is setting out to answer the question: what does the car of tomorrow look like?
Siemens has been named as one of the UK's leading graduate recruiters and is one of the top climbers at number 56 in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers 2017/18.
The speed of change at Sky can be relentless, but we’re always positive and challenged.
As a larger, European business, we now serve more than 21 million customers across five countries, which is huge.
Inspired by projects such as this and the skills I gained during the graduate programme, I’m now working to become a Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).
Over the next 30 years we believe the value of steel required for car production will increase as manufacturers shift towards using cutting-edge steels. As a manufacturer of premium quality steel...
Tata Steel has welcomed its latest crop of apprentices and graduates to help it build a robust and sustainable business in the UK.
When you think of Walt Disney and Disney World, Big Data does not exactly spring to mind. What you possibly would think of is magic, fun and imagination.
Voice activated personal assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home are experiencing metoric rise in popularity, use and technical progress.
Did you know that Leonardo’s thermal camera technology was behind some of the stunning footage captured on the recent BBC series ‘Big Cats’ ?
Last week we invited 96 aspiring engineers to attend our UK assessment centres for our 2018 UK graduate intake. Having made it to this stage from a hotly contested applicant pool of nearly 2000,...
The University of the West of England (UWE) Bristol and the MoD’s Defence, Equipment and Support (DE&S) organisation are sponsoring the Engineer Leaders Awards, a competition to encourage...
Our Day in the Life series finds out first-hand. This week, we caught up with: Zeeshan Ali, Assistant Engineering Manager at Chiswick Park Footbridge, London.