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Hyperloop One successfully completes its first full systems test in a vacuum environment, paving the way for a new future of transportation.
A new report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers calls for political parties to outline a pathway for the UK nuclear industry after departure from the EU.
According to a new survey of members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, engineers think they could help the NHS meet Government standards.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers and TRL recommend how to embrace railway demand which is forecast to double over the next 30 years.
The Queen’s speech set out a range of measures to modernise the UK’s economy, including legislation around driverless cars and the digital age.
The government could find savings of up to £700m by appointing a chief biomedical engineer in each NHS Trust, according to a new report from the IMechE.
A new report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers is calling for urgent government and industry action to encourage the greater use of autonomous and driverless vehicles.
A new survey by the IMechE shows that manufacturers believe UK growth will be hampered unless engineering skills shortages are addressed.
Peter Finegold, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' head of Education and Skills, reflects on informal learning and social mobility.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers asks engineers to ensure infrastructure projects and household products are designed with older users in mind.
Philippa Oldham considers how Additive Manufacturing will move from novelty, news-worthy products to mainstream manufacturing.
A new, accessible guide from the IMechE takes you through the legal steps of guarding engineers’ intellectual property, from trade secrets to trade marks.
A new report from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) highlights the impact that nanotechnology will have on society, urging government to invest more.
The IMechE's Dr Tim Fox seeks prompt government response to Select Committee recommendations on Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) and for this to be backed up by action.
We need a wholesale change to the way we promote engineering in schools to reach out to different student groups, according to a new IMechE report.