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The Institution and BDO accountants and business advisers carried out a survey that questioned manufacturing companies to ask their opinions on the likely effects of Brexit on their businesses.
This report hails the government’s renewed focus on industrial strategy as a major opportunity to help the UK compete on the world stage, but warns that Brexit must not restrict access to engineering skills from across Europe.
Automation and smart connectivity in road vehicles is happening apace. In this report we look at how might these elements be combined and integrated into the mobility system to have the most positive impact on energy efficiency and carbon reduction.
This BDO report, produced in partnership with the Institution, examines what Industry 4.0 is and why it is relevant, what other countries are doing in this space and what the important next developments are.
An analysis of the sentiment, challenges and changing landscape for UK food and drink companies.
Now in its fifth year, our Engineered in Britain 2015 report examines perceptions of the health of the UK’s manufacturing sector.
This report considers the current state of manufacturing exports and the issues faced by engineering companies.
In this policy statement we look at the role of off-site construction technologies in speeding up the house building system, strengthening UK manufacturing and making our new homes affordable and truly sustainable.
This Barclays co-produced report identifies some of the changes, challenges and issues faced by UK food and drink manufacturers.
In this policy statement, we consider whether UK manufacturing will be left behind as others seize on the opportunities to manufacture and supply composite-based products.
In this report we aim to ascertain the perceptions of manufacturers and the public towards the value, role and input of the Government in the growth of this valuable economic sector.
In this policy statement we look at the growing need for engineers to take age into account when designing and planning equipment and systems.
In this report we consider key factors contributing to the current unacceptable level of food waste across the world and the wider implications for sustainably supporting projected population growth.
In this report we aim to ascertain the perceptions of manufacturers and the public towards the value, role and input of Government in the growth of this valuable economic sector.
In is report we examine the role that engineers are playing in supporting elite sport.
This policy statement looks at how attention and investment of resources in four key areas could stimulate growth in the UK’s manufacturing sector.
Biomedicine, electronics and composites are all fields where graphene will have great impact. But how will this ‘miracle material’ become commonplace in society?
This policy statement looks at the need for the skills and knowledge of engineers and scientists to develop better processes for transforming, shaping and assembling products.
Our Manufacturing: Securing Scotland’s Future report focuses on the manufacturing sector in Scotland (taking into account the current world economy as well as the challenges of competing) and how well placed it is to compete in a global marketplace.
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