Public backs more engineering on school curriculum

Source: The Engineer A new survey by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) has revealed an appetite for more engineering to be included in the school curriculum, as well as strong support for more women to enter the profession. More than three quarters of respondents (78 per...

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Solar costs will keep tumbling by 10% each year

Source: EnergyZine The cost of solar is expected to fall by 10 per cent every year, with the green energy anticipated to meet 20 per cent of global energy needs by 2027, a new study claims. The forecasting model, created by Oxford University researchers and published in...

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Ada Lovelace Day: celebrating women in STEM

Source: Energy Live News Achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) are being celebrated across the globe today (October 13). Ada Lovelace Day, named after the woman regarded as the world's first computer programmer, was founded in 2009 with the aim of raising the...

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Content Coms helps client communicate EU changes to wastewater regs

Content Coms is helping long-standing client Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group to communicate  forthcoming legislative changes affecting  water treatment plants and industrial wastewater/effluent processors. The company is urging its customers to give careful consideration to their investment plans ahead of impending legislation changes. Written and produced by Content...

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