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Ledetta Asfa-Wossen asks the experts what Britain’s departure from the EU could mean for business, R&D and health and safety in the mining industry.
Natalie Daniels talks to Dr Siddharth Patwardhan about how becoming chartered has been professionally rewarding
Are you thinking of becoming professionally registered? Ian Bowbrick and Deborah Seddon identify the steps to help you on your way to achieving Chartered Engineer status
Dr Paul Coxon reflects on a recent Royal Society paper discussing poor scientific practices.
Ellis Davies talks to Andrew Monk, Co-Founder of ioLight, about the world’s first folding portable digital microscope
Mark Godden looks at how responsibility for the safety of HGVs extends from the quarry to drivers and cyclists
Simon Frost speaks to the forefather of a class of cage-like porous materials that hold promise for some of the most hotly sought applications in science
Ellis Davies talks to Kurt Johanns, Director of Lab Services at Nanomechanics, Inc, about the company’s latest addition, the Service Lab
Natalie Daniels hears from Kerrine Bryan about her career as an electrical engineer and what inspired her to write a series of children's books based on engineering and science
Fred Starr recollects…