- Blackburn, Lancashire
- £23,560 to £35,583 pro-rata, per annum plus Market Premium of £3K per annum
We are looking for a Lecturer in Electronic / Electrical Engineering to join our busy Higher Education team at a time when the STEM agenda....
- Recruiter: Blackburn College
- Blackburn, Lancashire
- £23,560 to £35,583 pro-rata, per annum; plus Market Premium of £3,000 per annum
We are looking for a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering to join our busy Higher Education team at a time when the STEM agenda...
- Recruiter: Blackburn College
- Birmingham, West Midlands
- c £55,000.00
This key role will provide inspirational leadership to drive success and outstanding performance across the department
- Recruiter: Birmingham Metropolitan College
- Zurich, Canton of Zürich (CH)
The successful candidate is expected to develop a strong and visible research programme in the area of control and diagnostics of building systems
- Recruiter: ETH Zurich
- Birmingham, West Midlands or Pershore (Worcestershire)
- £30,000 - £35,000 (depending on experience) + benefits
Network Innovation Engineer / Analyst to join a team of talented technology enthusiasts who design and support the low carbon networks of the future.
- Recruiter: Nortech Management Ltd
- Thirsk / Leeds / Banbury / Colchester / Cambridge
- Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience, knowledge, aptitude and capability
A Production Engineer with some knowledge and understanding of radiant energy transfer.
- Recruiter: Compact Engineering
- Falkland Islands
Sure South Atlantic Ltd currently has a unique engineering opportunity in their Falkland Islands office. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, teeming ...
- Recruiter: Sure South Atlantic Ltd
- Tring, Hertfordshire
Nikon Metrology is looking for an Electronics Engineer to join our Electronics Team based in Tring (UK).
- Recruiter: Nikon Metrology Europe
- Porton Down, Salisbury
- Competitive salaries
Information is everything. Use it to serve your country and help keep us safe.
- Recruiter: Dstl
- Hinckley, England, Leicestershire
MI Senior Developer Hinckley National Grid's energy network transports gas and electricity to homes and businesses all over the UK. It's an essential part of all our lives. And it needs to be continuously advanced and enhanced to meet increasing demand wh
- Recruiter: National Grid
The Hinkley Point nuclear power station project could become a casualty of Brexit, a government advisor has told The Times.
A 3D bio-printing process has been demonstrated that uses strands of cow cartilage as substitute for ink and could lead to the development of cartilage patches for worn-out joints in humans.
Volkswagen (VW) has said it will repair or buy back polluting US diesel vehicles and pay owners up to £7,500 under a £11bn deal to settle lawsuits stemming from its emissions cheating scandal, a source close to the talks has said.
Google, Facebook and other internet video services have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to two people familiar with the process.
Crops grown in replica Martian soil have proven to be edible by humans, which will be essential for any future attempts to colonise the planet.
Premature deaths from air pollution will continue to rise unless changes are made to the way the world uses and produces energy, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said.
The fifth 'Fly Your Ideas' competition from Airbus is now accepting applications from around the world.
A quantum technique developed by Russian and French researchers allows large distances to be measured with atomic accuracy.
Intelligent robots capable of learning simple tasks in order to work as assistants alongside people are set to upend the world of industrial robotics by putting automation within reach of many small and medium-sized companies for the first time.
The voice of the public has spoken. 52 per cent of those casting their ballot in the Brexit referendum want to get out. However, earlier surveys conducted in the engineering, technology and manufacturing sectors suggested the industry would have wished a different outcome. What does the Leave vote actually mean for the engineering and technology sector? The answer is that we don’t know.
The German football team, famous for its meticulous approach to tournament planning and preparation, is using two new apps to help thoroughly prepare itself for the Euro 2016 campaign.
Could current experiments in science and technology lead to the creation of a modern-day Frankenstein’s monster?
As football’s European Championship opens in France this June, we look at the ways in which teams all over the continent are using technology to help them beat the opposition.
Little green men from outer space are science fiction, aren’t they? As the new ‘Independence Day’ sequel hurls yet another swarm of aliens at us, take a look at the real science behind the search for the extraterrestrial.
Are today’s most significant science projects going on in your neighbour’s kitchen? A new Science Museum exhibition about DIY engineering and democratic science finds out more.
There is no lack of waves on our oceans. So will today’s innovations to harness their power make wave energy viable?
The drones are coming. We explore how to make sure the sky doesn’t fall on our heads.
When it comes to pioneers in engineering, they don’t come much bigger than Ove Arup. That’s why the Victoria and Albert Museum is telling his story in the first exhibition of its engineering season.
Even if the world doesn’t like your idea, that’s no reason to give up.
Andy Torbet is best known as a presenter on BBC’s ‘The One Show’. But the former paratrooper is also one of the world’s leading extreme divers, a career that has led him into the highly technical world of dive computers and product testing.
A Land Rover Discovery Sport tows a 100-tonne train, sixty times its own weight
Healthy vegetation in these fields in Alberta, Canada, appears bright red in this near infrared (NIR) data satellite image
Radial, wedge-shaped fields in Bolivia, part of the Tierras Bajas agricultural relocation project
Broadband internet is finally coming to the people of Cuba, at least in certain parts of historic Havana
A mosaic of London's Oxford Street made of half a million photographs, captured by Hyundai's automated mapping technology car.
Plaster cast moulds of victims of the Mount Vesuvius eruption lie on a display table in a laboratory at Pompeii
The Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, an area of remarkable hydrothermal activity
Ships are dumped in the street after an 8.3 magnitude earthquake and powerful waves hit areas of central Chile
Flames from the Valley Fire covering a hillside along Highway 29 in Lower Lake, California, USA
BMW CEO Harald Krueger collapses during his presentation at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany
The Les Paul memorabilia exhibit on display at The Hard Rock Cafe, New York City - part of the Les Paul 100th anniversary celebrations
A boy rides his bicycle past a collapsed house after Saturday's earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal
An Andy-Warhol-inspired work by Emanuele Niri on display at the 3D Printing show in New York
26 June 2016
Mintage World, a dedicated online museum on India's vast collection of coins (numismatics), stamps (philately) and paper currency (notaphily) was officially launched earlier in the year. Then earlier in the week I received a press release stating that Mintage World has launched a docudrama on the history of Yoga and various stamps and coins that have been launched around it on the eve of the International Yoga Day. It has been launched on their website as well as in the Youtube channel. The docudrama is a journey back in time, narrating the history of yoga and the implementation of International Yoga Day on June 21. Talk of co-incidences, the Philately Bureau of the Department of Post also celebrates its Platinum Jubilee on June 21.
25 June 2016
The French are pleased. Or rather there is a sense of schadenfreude in Paris, symbolised by the front page photograph in the newspaper Liberation: Boris Johnson, dangling haplessly from a flywire, kitted out in helmet and straps, forlornly waving two union jacks. He looks rather absurd in his precarious solitude and that, of course, is why the newspaper chose it.
We consider the myriad security challenges facing IT professionals today.
On the issues facing chip designers today.
A comprehensive look at the issues surrounding data centres, pulling together articles, news and other content from the E&T archives.
The technology of music: writing, recording, producing and mastering.
The new technologies available for treatment of the world's ageing population.
The history and technology of that most famous of shipwrecks: RSS Titanic.
Enterprise ICT is becoming ever-more environmentally-aware. What are the key imperatives driving this change, and how is it affecting technological deployment? E&T reports.
Covering all aspects of space travel and exploration, from Yuri Gagarin's historic first orbit to the latest innovations.
About the production and use of biofuels and the advancement in technology, policy, and investment.
"Where would Frankenstein and his creative mind fit into today's workplace? Should we fear technological developments or embrace them?"
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