The growth of engineering in India

India has developed quite a reputation for producing more than its fair share of engineers.  In recent times up to 1.5 million engineering graduates have entered the jobs market every year while the number of engineering colleges in the country has grown exponentially – from 1,511 colleges in 2006-07 to an incredible 3,345 in 2014-15. The situation on the

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The business development paradox

We’ve been incredibly busy here at Warley Design for the past five months or so working on a big project that came “out of the blue” from seeds that were sown some time ago.  It has been technically very challenging and involved evening and weekend work, and less time off than we had planned for during the school

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What will the future of robots look like?

As the development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology continues apace, fears have been expressed about what a future where robots are common place might look like. One concern is that jobs currently carried out by people might, in the not too distant future, be done by computers. According to a study by researchers at Oxford

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Does the VW scandal signal the end of the combustion engine?

The depth and breadth of the VW scandal has astounded industry-watchers. The company has admitted that the ‘diesel dupe’ involves around 11million cars worldwide, fitted with so-called ‘defeat devices’ in their diesel engines that could detect when they were being tested for emissions, and change the performance to improve the results. Now it looks as

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#iLookLikeAnEngineer – Hashtag campaign hopes to break gender stereotypes in engineering

The experience of one female engineer and the power of social media is helping to dispel the myth that all engineers are men. Thousands of women working in engineering, science and computing have tweeted photos of themselves to the hashtag #iLookLikeAnEngineer explaining what they do for a living to try and break down gender barriers

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