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Mechanobiology, an emerging science that couples mechanical and biological analysis, provides engineers cross-disciplinary careers.
posted on: 04/02/2015
In the UK alone by 2022, 1.8 million new engineering, science and technology professionals will be needed. There are many reasons why 2015 is the ideal year to be an engineer.
posted on: 02/26/2015
It's hard to get work experience without having work experience. But here are five reasons why pursuing an internship will help you land your dream engineering job.
posted on: 02/05/2015
Jamie Clare, a 3D printing engineer-come-entrepreneur, is championing the role of additive manufacturing in small businesses.
posted on: 01/15/2015
Lucy Ackland, a finalist for the Young Female Engineer of the Year award, has scaled the additive manufacturing sector by opting first for an internship, instead of a university degree.
posted on: 10/30/2014
EngineeringBecause lists the best of the latest engineering graduate opportunities in the UK's aerospace sector, to help your career take flight.
posted on: 10/16/2014
There has never been a better time to be an engineering student. EngineeringUK estimates high demand for engineering graduates to fill jobs until 2020.
posted on: 09/25/2014
They say that the years you spend at university is the best time of your life, so why not make the most of it? Land an engineering internship to get ahead.
posted on: 07/31/2014
Dan Manaig, a metallurgical engineer, is on a constant journey around the world. He explains how engineering inspired him to take on charity work in the most remote of places.
posted on: 05/29/2014
3D printers are gaining popularity within university engineering education, but they have a lot more applications that they are only just beginning to be used for.
posted on: 05/22/2014
Engineering has helped us explore the Universe that we reside in. Find out about the cosmic system we are part of and how engineering is exploring it.
posted on: 08/28/2013
Engineering students at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign have created an ultrathin skin-like patch that mounts directly onto the skin like a tattoo.
posted on: 08/12/2011