Reports from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers are produced within the context of its strategic themes of Education, Energy, Environment, Manufacturing and Transport, and its vision of ‘Improving the world through engineering’.
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Food for thought: The changing landscape of the food and drink industry identifies some of the changes, challenges and issues faced by food and drink manufacturers.
The International Report summarises the findings of BDO’s recent survey on exports and internalisation and shares thoughts on next steps for UK manufacturers.
This guide is for engineers, providing an understanding of intellectual property rights in the context of engineering activities. It shows how intellectual property can be used to future-proof a business and most importantly, how it can be used to create and extract tangible value.
This report by the Institution highlights the enormous potential for nanotechnology in our society and gives an overview of how engineers are developing the technology - but calls on the Government to increase funding for nanotechnology development to ensure the UK does not fall behind other nations.
Engineering and technology are central to the UK’s automotive future. To help track current trends, growth and prospects for the industry, BDO and the Institution surveyed members, BDO clients and contacts to get their views on the issues that are shaping the industry.
This report reviews our communications and political activities in 2014. We published five new reports, with the A Tank of Cold: Cleantech Leapfrog to a More Food Secure World report being developed specifically for a non-UK audience