Renewable Energy Astounds with Record Breaking Growth

The renewable energy sector has come along in leaps and bounds in recent years. As the world moves towards a more sustainable way of life and becoming more…

What does the future hold for architecture?

Oasys, specialists in building design and pedestrian simulation software, have explored the new cutting-edge structures that are appearing in our streets and how they are combatting the complex…

The big blast off: nuclear engine could put rockets into deep space

Boeing has drawn up plans for nuclear-powered engines that could be used to send astronauts into deep space.

Manufacturing growth driven by exports

Ireland’s manufacturing sector growth inched up from an 18-month low in September as output fell, but new orders rose slightly, a survey showed on Thursday.

Think engineering is a man’s job? Think again

Ordinarily, if you were to see a woman with a credit card in her hand peering at the sun roof of your Ford Fiesta, you might call the…

Top 4 Places To Follow A Career In Engineering

In the continuing evolution of the world and its insatiable need to keep up, we find certain fields of study grow in popularity a little faster than others….

You Need Digital Now!

The world is becoming digital by the day. From the phones that you use to the apps that help you in keeping track of your schedule, digitalization is…

Using Smart Tracer technology effectively in multi-well subsea field development

Monitoring oil and water production from all wells is very important in any deep water field development, so to manage fluid movement and maximise hydrocarbon output. The use…

The Most Effective Method of Hazardous Waste Management

A business’ waste management solution defines if it will be stay safe from the strict government regulations. The government’s guidance of handling waste demands a waste generating business…

How Does the UK Use Its Energy?

As a developed nation with a maturing economy, UK’s power consumption is high. In fact, in a mere 25 years between 2005 and 2030, our power consumption will…