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The Institution of Mechanical Engineers and Towers Watson are asking those working in engineering to provide their opinions about the industry.
A 'millennium generation' of 14 and 15 year olds is the most technology-savvy in the UK, according to new Ofcom research.
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Annual investment figures from UKTI for 2013/2014 show the UK attracted 14 percent more projects than the previous year.
KPMG and Imperial College London have launched new partnership to create the KPMG Centre for Advanced Business Analytics.
The Technology Strategy Board (TSB) has published its blueprint for growth, which outlines investments of over £400m in British innovation.
Can emotional states be measured quantitatively and, if so, what could advertising, manufacturing and social media companies do with that data?
Consumers are being urged to ditch urban myths and misconceptions about British manufacturing 'decline'.
Apparently it's webpage position that reigns in peer recommendation of online content on sites like Reddit.
Engineers are exploring the security and memorability of free-form gestures, which might one day replace passwords.
A new poll from the IMechE finds that 69 percent of manufacturers think overseas investment into UK manufacturing is helping the sector.
Indiana University computer scientists have developed a tool for uncovering bot-controlled Twitter accounts.
The UK tech sector is hiring like there's no tomorrow, outstripping the UK private sector average.
Business optimism among manufacturers saw its sharpest improvement since 1973, according to the latest CBI quarterly Industrial Trends Survey.
A new report from Bosch Rexroth calls on manufacturers to do more to protect workers through better design of work areas.