Gareth Ward and Chris Pitt explain why the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022, the largest and most influential Tech event in the world, is more that just about the headline grabbing inventions.
Abbie Kempe explains the importance of partnership working across the region to capitalise on new developments to support net-zero emissions by 2050 in the Kent and Medway.
Dr Anne Nortcliffe explains regional issues A level students have with accessing STEM subjects.
Dr Anne Nortcliffe reflects on the affect of Covid-19 and Brexit has had on the UK’s economy, recognising where businesses have adapted to continue to be successful.
Dr Anne Nortcliffe offers guidance on how to safely produce PPE in the fight against Covid-19
Soumya Kanti Manna, Lecturer in Design Engineering, highlights where exoskeletons can be used to support post-stroke rehabilitation.
Professor Peter Vujakovic discusses the link between World Heritage Sites and STEM subjects, as The Jodrell Bank Observatory is the newest addition to claim world heritage status.
As part of our support for International Women in Engineering Day 2018 Dr Anne Nortcliffe looks at how changing the way we speak about engineering could help attract more women to study and work in the industry.
For International Women in Engineering Day Professor Gillian Youngs looks at how, as a society, we can attract more women into science, engineering and technology.