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IOM3 - RACE supports Sellafield robotic dog trials for nuclear clean up 

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08 October 2021

UK Atomic Energy Authority’s (UKAEA) robotics team, the Remote Applications in Challenging Environments (RACE), supported the testing of agile robots for nuclear decommissioning.

BSA - British Science Festival 2022 to be held in Leicester 

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04 October 2021

The British Science Association and De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) are pleased to announce that the British Science Festival in 2022 will take place in the city of Leicester across five days next September.

IMechE - Siemens Gamesa launches recyclable wind turbine blade 

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02 October 2021

Engineering company Siemens Gamesa has launched what it says is the world’s first wind turbine blade that can be recycled at the end of its life cycle

BAE Systems pushes cutting-edge flight control for military aircraft 

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30 September 2021

BAE Systems has been awarded a DARPA contract to progress the design and testing of revolutionary flow control technologies for future military aircraft programmes.

Scottish Maritime Museum's national art collection enhanced by two new artworks which offer a personal insight into Scottish shipyards 

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28 September 2021

The Scottish Maritime Museum’s national art collection has been enhanced with two new artworks, gifted by renowned Scottish artist, author and broadcaster Lachlan Goudie and former shipyard worker and now artist Roy Fitzsimmons.

IMechE - First Graphene project finds concrete uses for difficult-to-use wonder material 

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28 September 2021

First Graphene Ltd has been working with the University of Warwick on a project where graphene is being added to thermoplastic systems and engineering polymers to improve their properties.

IMarEST - Seaglider: All-electric ‘flying ferry’ concept 

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26 September 2021

A new all-electric craft concept has been unveiled that foils like a hydrofoil and flies like a plane – all with the comfort and convenience of a ferry.

University of Strathcyde - ERIC cell demonstrates the concepts behind Strathclyde Research 

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25 September 2021

A new robot, ERIC, developed by staff and researchers within the Department’s Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering (CUE), is showcasing the leading automation, robotic and sensing work being undertaken in the University.

IMechE - Virgin Galactic announces first commercial research mission 

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25 September 2021

After the long-awaited success of its flight to the edge of space with owner Richard Branson on board, Virgin Galactic is pressing ahead with commercialisation.

IMechE - BMW goes on circular economy drive to reduce carbon footprint 

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24 September 2021

BMW will increase the use of recycled materials in its cars as it tries to bring down its carbon footprint, amid global efforts to minimise warming to 1.5 degrees.

Scottish Engineering appointed as new project lead for the Forth and Tay Offshore Cluster 

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23 September 2021

Scottish Engineering is delighted to have been awarded the position of project manager for the Forth and Tay Offshore (FTO) cluster, promoting and supporting the growth of the offshore wind supply chain on the East of Scotland.

IET report explores advancing safety in transport through automation 

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22 September 2021

The need for a road crash investigations branch is one of the recommendations in a new report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) that explores the expected impact automation will have on the transport sector.

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