Aid for rail collection
There’s good news for a local museum.
There’s good news for a local museum.
Redhall Jex is nearing completion of a nine month contract to build a bio-energy plant located within a new facility on the Aston University site in Birmingham.
British manufacturers are to hire more staff to cope with an expected surge in demand caused by a “re-shoring” of production to the UK.
The achievements of some of the best young apprentices and adult learners in the West Midlands were in the spotlight last week as the In-Comm Training Annual Awards came to a glittering finale.
Local entrepreneur recognised by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
The construction of its new 110,000 sq. ft state-of-the-art maintenance facility, at Birmingham Airport in the UK
A prototype arctic research vehicle and a supercharged low emissions racing car are amongst the innovative designs being showcased by students
Heritage Silverware has restored and returned a piece of dining room history to one of Britain’s most magnificent hotels.
A former Coventry University student is setting his sights on breaking the record for the world’s quickest electric motorcycle.
A Wombourne inventor is enjoying global success after creating a new animal innovation that could prevent over 1 million dog bites ever year.
John Russell believes companies have a unique chance to take advantage of favourable exchange rates, a desire to buy ‘British’ and unrivalled investment
The Faculty of Engineering and Computing at Coventry University held its first annual open day for business on Wednesday this week.
The engineers of tomorrow will be showcasing their bright ideas at a special event being held at Coventry University this month.
Figures released today show manufacturing SMEs in the West Midlands are optimistic for growth in 2013,
Eclectic auction will offer a 2004 MG X-Power SV Coupé, together with everything from a Ferrari to a Buick with royal connections
West Midlands manufacturers told to make 2013 a year of action, says MAS
Birmingham-based Heritage Silverware was on show at the prestigious Bocuse d’Or in Lyon, France last week following a special collaboration with Simpson’s head chef, Adam Bennett.
A Sedgley waitress is going back to her Irish family roots after serving an apprenticeship, which landed her on a cultural exchange programme.
An additional £2m contract haul and growth in three key sectors is the aim of the new Chairman of the Midlands Assembly Network (MAN) it was announced today.
Business Birmingham and UKTI drive international coverage of the West Midlands’ automotive industry
A Dudley-based manufacturer has tapped into the spirit of the Olympics to record its best ever year and is now setting its sights on a £2m turnover and the creation of new jobs.
Olympians Geraint Thomas and Steven Burke attended the Black Country University Technical College’s ‘Accelerate Live’ event last weekend, inspiring students to learn about science and engineering.
A free professorial lecture taking place at Coventry University on Thursday 29th November is set to explore the importance of practical experience in engineering education.
Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL) fuels further growth, adds 150 jobs with new state-of-the-art facility at Birmingham Airport
Pupils were shown the works in a pioneering project aimed at making engineering come to life.
Growing demand for tool transfers is helping a UK precision component manufacturer expand and take on more staff.
The man who co-founded legendary British F1 team Williams is set to give a free lecture in Coventry University’s brand new engineering facility on Thursday 18th October.
Alan Clawley takes issue with Birmingham City Council’s inability to find the wherewithal to carry out repairs in Birmingham’s Central Library.
Coventry University’s Faculty of Engineering and Computing is moving into its new £55m home this week in time for the students’ arrival at the end of September.
A collaboration of world class engineering businesses from the West Midlands are heading to Micro Machining Live at the NEC in September with the aim of offering a single source solution to customers.