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Archive of: 2021

National Engineering Policy Centre highlights areas for investment 

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24 October 2021

The National Engineering Policy Centre has recommended six areas of investment to be prioritised ahead of the government’s 2021 Spending Review.

Track cleaning tech could prevent rail delays 

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23 October 2021

Engineers at Sheffield University have developed a track cleaning technology to remove leaves from railway lines, aiming to significantly reduce rail delays.

Green hydrogen 

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22 October 2021

Researchers from the world’s first dedicated Peridynamics Research Centre at Strathclyde, are involved in the £380,000 Oceanways project.

University of Strathclyde - Funding for new White Space pilot network in Orkney secured 

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20 October 2021

The Centre for White Space Communications has been awarded a £330,000 grant from the Scottish Government to develop and implement a White Space pilot network in Orkney.

Primary Engineer - Exsol joins forces with Statwars® to inspire the next generation to use date to address real-world challenges 

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18 October 2021

The Aim of the Project is to Enable Young People to Engage With Data in a Way That Promotes Skills, Understanding and a Love of Data

University of Glasgow - Glasgow Uni engineers 'channel Star Trek' by developing world's first touchable holograms 

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18 October 2021

Previously the realm of science fiction technology, the team at Glasgow Uni have developed a new way to create the sensation of physically interacting with holographic projections.

CEED - Scottish Enterprise deliver Intellectual Property Specialist service 

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17 October 2021

Companies may not be aware that Scottish Enterprise deliver an Intellectual Property Specialist service to support organisations' innovation and growth.

NMIS - Recycling aeroplanes and turning them into drinks cans: the role of composites in the journey towards net-zero 

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16 October 2021

As we approach COP26, the challenge of becoming more sustainable as a society is more important than ever – and this includes the manufacturing industry, which is responsible for more than one-quarter of global CO2 emissions as of 2020.

Fungi could help to prevent landslips 

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14 October 2021

The role of fungi in helping to prevent landslips is being investigated in research led at the University of Strathclyde.

Sad News 

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13 October 2021

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our Treasurer Prof Stuart Cameron. Stuart died on the evening of Thursday 7 October after a short illness.

AFBE - Subsea 7 announced as AFBE-UK Scotland’s latest partner 

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13 October 2021

AFBE-UK Scotland, an organisation that encourages greater diversity and inclusion in the energy and engineering sectors, has announced Subsea 7 as a partner.

Inductees into the Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame are announced! 

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08 October 2021

Who are the latest inductees?

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