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  • Steel unions Community, Unite, the GMB and Ucatt call on management to hold 'meaningful consultations'

    October 24, 2014 @ 10:57 AM

  • 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

  • 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.

  • From sheet to street: Part one

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

  • World’s top 10 fastest trains

    50 years on from the launch of the world’s first high speed train, the Japanese Shinkansen, PE examines the range of high speed designs around the world





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