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Girls in Engineering

‘Only 7% of parents would encourage their girl to pursue a career in engineering.’ This statement, which was put forward in a recent article, was the result of research conducted…

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Plastics in Medical

‘Modern healthcare would be impossible without plastic medical products’. Stated by Plastics Europe – Association of Plastics Manufacturers, they highlight how plastics are now one of the key materials…

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The Future of Packaging?

Traditionally companies have spent their time and money on the aesthetics of packaging – differentiating their product from the competition. Now however, company’s attention has turned to the consumer…

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Plastics in Automotive

“Increased use of plastics in automotive applications has been on a decades-long and incremental journey of greater acceptance.” While a recent article in Plastics News highlights the continued upsurge of…

Megan Carr

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Educating Future Generations

Launched in 2013 by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), Tomorrow’s Engineer’s week celebrated its one year anniversary from the 3rd – 7th November 2014 inviting hundreds…

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Wearable Technology

Technology is everywhere. Rapidly, technology is becoming a focal point of our everyday lives both work and social, it’s difficult to keep up; smartphones, 3D TVs and the most recent…

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Coca-Cola Twist Campaign

World leading drinks brand Coca-Cola recently promoted their new ‘twist cap’ bottle at a University in Columbia, used to ‘bring freshmen closer together’. Everyone knows Coca-Cola, everyone knows their products,…

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