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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.
This guide provides an understanding of IP rights in the context of engineering activities and shows how IP can be used to future-proof a business.
In this report we highlight the need for the Westminster and Holyrood governments to prioritise the development and deployment of energy storage technologies if they are ever to meet energy targets.
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.
A report on international attitudes on working overseas as an engineer.
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 this policy statement we consider the inclusion of shale gas in the UK’s future energy mix.
This two-part report presents projections of change in global population through to the end of the 21st century, and outlines what engineers need to do to meet the key challenges of this future world.
This report aims 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 consider how a commercial approach to building a UK Fast Reactor could effectively meet the government’s nuclear objectives.
In this policy statement we look at the concept of ‘Waste as a Resource’ (WaR), and its potential to combat both climate change and the continuing increase in waste arising in the UK.
In this report, we focus on the benefits of the UK creating an Energy from Waste network which would help power the nation and reduce the need for landfill.
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