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  • Aerospace giant Airbus has warned that it could pull out of the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit scenario. In a Brexit Risk assessment published by the company this week (21st June) it warns that leaving the single market and customs union without a transition deal would lead to severe disruption and force […] The post Airbus threatens to quit UK in event of no-deal Brexit appeared first on The Engineer.

  • Car manufacturers will have access to a new generation of steel products following an agreement between Tata Steel Europe and South Korean steelmaker POSCO. Tata Steel Europe’s cross-licensing agreement with POSCO will allow the company to increase the range of advanced products to key markets that include the construction sector as well as automotive. The […] The post POSCO deal gives Tata Steel Europe access to next generation steel products appeared first on The Engineer.

  • Stephen Dyson, Head of Industry 4.0, at rapid manufacturing specialist Protolabs, explains why manufacturing should not ignore digitalisation  Manufacturing, in common with most other industries, is currently undergoing a form of digital transformation. Businesses are exploring a range of new technologies, seeking ways to meet increasing demand from customers who expect rapid turnaround of high-quality […] The post Opening our eyes to the potential of Industry 4.0 and digitalisation appeared first on The Engineer.

  •  BP’s Mandy Hurt, VP of Upstream Resourcing, examines some of the factors influencing the STEM gender gap, and how they can be addressed.  I admit it – I’ve secretly been overjoyed by the number of articles I’ve seen recently calling out the shocking lack of diversity in our boardrooms. As both a proud mother of […] The post #INWED18: Young minds are the key to female STEM boost appeared first on The Engineer.

  • Fusion, the process that powers the sun, has long been seen as a potential means of generating abundant, clean energy. However, despite years of research into the process, challenges remain about how to create and maintain the extremely high temperatures and pressures needed for sustained fusion. One important factor is turbulence, which can decrease the […] The post Project cuts turbulence to boost output from fusion reactors appeared first on The Engineer.

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