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Engineering – pioneering the frontiers of medical advancement

Engineering – pioneering the frontiers of medical advancement

Engineering and technological advances have played a major role in advancing medical discoveries and efficiencies since the invention of X-rays in 1895. Technology development that has led to improvement in healthcare has won numerous Nobel prizes, and including such...

Water Engineering: engineering life

Water Engineering: engineering life

Water is becoming the world’s most valuable resource. And it is diminishing while the population is growing, not to mention threatened by devastating pollution. This is creating enormous need for engineers who are trained in the handling of water and its conservation....

Engineering: from smallest to largest projects

Engineering: from smallest to largest projects

No matter what we use for whatever purpose – and no matter how simple or complex the item – it has been initially processed through individual vision, and ultimately through passion and creativity to finally ‘become’. Through these developments and inventions we have...

Engineering and Green Energies

Engineering and Green Energies

As the world slowly swings away from fossil fuels, renewable energy is becoming a more vital field of exploration, invention and career opportunity. And chiefly involved, as in any drive to improve humanity’s experience and impact on this planet, is the field of...

Engineering and the heart of the home

After the medical profession, engineers must be the next group who have most significantly contributed to the lifestyle and comfort we enjoy today. From massive projects such as roads and bridges to smaller everyday articles such as washing machines, toasters and...

Space: the endless engineering frontier

Space: the endless engineering frontier

Space is our last frontier – or at least we assume it to be at this time – and it remains our greatest exploratory and engineering challenge. The design and invention of the machinery, technology and equipment required, together with determination and sheer ingenuity...

The Victorian Era: mother and father of engineering

The Victorian Era: mother and father of engineering

Victoria ascended the English throne in 1837, and her reign became known as the golden age of the empire. Victorian times saw extraordinary achievements in the disciplines of  engineering and technology by some of the greatest pioneers in these fields. The major...

Simple Designs that sold Millions

Simple Designs that sold Millions

Every day we use simple designs that have become an entrenched part of our life. Think of the toilet roll, the lock and key, the drawer, the step, the fork, the straw, the pen, the plug. Some were dreamt up in an instant, and some no doubt took a considerable amount...

Engineering and Ingenuity: defining possibility, designing solutions

Engineering and Ingenuity: defining possibility, designing solutions

One of the most enduring aspects of engineering whether complex or simple, is the ingenuity that motivates creative vision and effective solution. Across all endeavours throughout history, resulting in the many disciplines of today – from medical to farming to space...

Making Your Product: Process Plant Design and Build

Making Your Product: Process Plant Design and Build

Designing a process plant to create products entails either the design of completely new facilities or the modification of existing facilities. The design starts at a conceptual level and ultimately ends in the form of fabrication and construction plans. Industrial...

Lifecycle of a successful engineering project

Lifecycle of a successful engineering project

Any idea, plan or endeavour has to follow a focused path of action in order to come to fruition successfully. This is particularly applicable to an engineering project because from concept to conclusion, control and competency are vital. It’s not like knitting a scarf...

Outsourcing: meeting client and industry requirements on time and in budget

Outsourcing: meeting client and industry requirements on time and in budget

Outsourcing is fast becoming the most popular form of business networking and partnerships, which mean a number of companies operate in constellation around the needs of another organisation. In fact, many companies now run as virtual corporations with central planning as the hub, and everything else outsourced.

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