Research and Knowledge
Lucy Stendall offers her best advice to graduates looking for their first graduate job. Take a look to find out more, filmed as part of our New Scientist Live careers advice feature.
Engineers, IT and tech experts are currently the most in demand workers in the UK. This is good news for anyone working in these sectors or looking for a career change. In this article we explore the sudden need for engineers to replace the ageing engineering workforce and investigate how the disruptive tech market is forcing companies in this space to invest in additional specialist tech experts.
Mary Kenneth Keller: The first woman to earn a PhD in Computer Science in the US was also a Nun. Find out more here.
One of the biggest challenges in the tech world at the moment is how can you regulate disruptive tech innovation, whilst not limiting its growth. In our latest blog article we discuss this topic in more detail.
Did you know that one of the early pioneers of nuclear medicine was a woman called Sameera Moussa? I bet you didn’t. You may never have heard her name before but you definitely should have. Find out more here.
With 50% of the engineering workforce set to retire by 2020, should we be worried about the future of the engineering industry?
International Women in Engineering day happens on the 23rd of June annually. For this year’s women in engineering day, I would like to celebrate two specific women. One whom you have probably heard of, and one you may not have yet.