This year, the UK is on a mission to tackle the skills gap in engineering by inspiring the next generation to take up the profession.
UK start-up company Taylor Garfit Ltd is developing an innovative new technology that will make emergency humanitarian shelters more robust, durable and easier to build than anything that is currently available, and it will soon be available as part of a complete emergency kit.
From the discovery of dark matter to the advent of HIV medication, women in STEM have changed the world. And they have often done so in the face of considerable obstacles and opposition.
Here at STFC we're very proud of our Apprentice Training Scheme, and across our sites we currently have a number of vacancies available.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most dynamic developments in the technology world today, helping businesses boost efficiency and growth, whilst making our lives easier.
Over the last 50 years, modern robotic technology has established itself deeply within every industry, from manufacturing to healthcare, to transport and security, with robots carrying out many human tasks with unrivalled precision.
The science and engineering industries are an important part of the UK economy, and have the potential to keep growing in the future.
Three craft-loving women ditched their sewing patterns and glue guns to take on an out-of-this-world job opportunity, and are now helping to make thermal blankets for satellites.
Every day, engineers drive technological advances that are visible in all areas of society – the opportunities in engineering are limitless.
‘The home of computer animation in Britain’ is just one of the many terms coined to describe the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) over its 60 year history.
Last updated: 18 February 2016