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  • Northern lights

    Engineering companies in the North East of England are diversifying in order to survive in the global marketplace, but a skills shortage remains a concern for some employers

  • Smaller worlds

    John Andrew Clarke of Queensgate Instruments looks at the shrinking world of nanopositioning

  • Toy story

    Tanya Blake discovers if Barbie dolls are to blame for the lack of women in Stem careers and how playing Tetris may make engineering seem like a more attractive career

A high speed passenger train on the Saudi North-South railway
  • Rail projects worth more than $300 billion are planned in the Middle East and North Africa. PE examines the challenges of building a railway in some of the most inhospitable and remote places on the planet.

    October 24, 2014 @ 02:25 PM

  • From sheet to street: Part two

    PE visits one of the US’ leading car factories and learns how global influences have transformed the American automotive industry

  • From sheet to street: Part one

    PE goes to Alabama to visit the world’s most advanced steel processing facility

  • International energy rescue

    APR Energy supplies power to customers in 25 different countries and can set up a 400MW power plant in a matter of weeks. PE talks turbines with the company’s director of R&D.





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