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As Stuart Canvas Group grows, the company has appointed Nic Coward as non-executive chairman to succeed Compton Hellyer with effect...
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Bombardier sealed a new deal with Latvian carrier airBaltic to provide 60 Belfast-made C-Series aeroplanes. The deal is thought to be worth as much as £4.5 billion and Bombardier will produce 30 CS300 passenger jets, with an option for a further 30. The aerospace firm ...Read more
A £15 million Outer Hebrides water improvement was dismantled into 12 modules before being carried 128 miles by road and sea from Ross-shire Engineering’s base in Muir of Ord to Lochmaddy, in North Uist, where it will be put back together. Assembling and testing the ...Read more
A small-scale clinical, presented by scientists from the University of Leeds at the annual meeting of the American Society for Clinical Oncology, revealed the potential of a virus to treat some advanced cancers. The specifically-engineered virus was able to infiltrate tumour cells, begin to destroy ...Read more
Ahead of Women in Engineering Day on the 23rd of June, Lucy Speed, HR advisor at engineering solutions provider Boulting Ltd, looked into was employers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) industries can do to attract more females into the sector. Role models and ...Read more
Herbert Parkinson, a UK soft furnishings manufacturer, is set to recruit 70 new employees into next year as it is developing a secret new product line. Stuart McDonald, managing director of Herbert Parkinson Ltd, revealed the future plans as he showed the town’s MP Jake ...Read more
Nike and Adidas are planning to increase the output of speed factories in the US and Germany, making sure that the data generated in its Far East sites also helps to further optimise future design and production processes. A report by Deutsche Bank has shown ...Read more