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Future Mobility

Recently, I found myself on the Shell booth at the MOVE 2019 event in London. The event was all about the future of mobility, so there was an eclectic mix of talks and exhibits on car sharing…

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 13th March 2019

Can Women Truly Achieve Work-Life Balance?

Finding the right employer who can support an evolving home life as well as providing the right career progression can be a challenge. Yet, getting the right work-life balance is essential to …

By: Alexandra Wright, Commercial Bid Manager on 8th March 2019

EW BrightSpark, James Henderson One Year On

Following the BrightSparks award ceremony in May last year, James’ work has been on developing an electronically-scanned radar unit operating at mm-wave frequencies

By: James Henderson, Consultant, Antennas & Propagation on 27th February 2019

Industry 4.0 and the 9 Pillars

Industry 4.0 (i4.0) refers to the exciting area of automation within manufacturing including IOT, robotics, cloud computing and data management.

By: David Burrell, Senior Consultant, Project Design on 7th February 2019

Work Shadowing

Talking to some sixth formers doing STEM subjects in school recently brought to my attention the issue of work experience or work shadowing for the first time.

By: Nicholas Hill, Chief Executive Officer on 31st January 2019

The New Science of Genetic Medicine

With surprisingly little fanfare, in October 2018 NHS England became the first health service in the world to routinely offer genetic medicine in the fight to treat cancer.

By: Nigel Whittle, Head of Medical & Healthcare on 9th January 2019

Being Your User

One of the important steps in the Design Council’s recommendations for good design is called “Being Your Users” and is a “Method to put yourself into the position of your user.”

By: Nicholas Hill, Chief Executive on 19th December 2018

Twelve Ways to Style The Twelve Days

This was the winning entry in the 1988 International Obfuscated C Code Contest [see reference 1] and, believe it or not, will print the entire lyrics to “The Twelve Days …

By: Kevin Jones, Senior Consultant, on 6th December 2018

The Future Impact of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Practice

We are all aware of the challenges facing healthcare in general, and the NHS in particular. Shortage of funding, increased

By: Nigel Whittle, Head of Medical and Healthcare, 5 Dec 2018

The Importance of Concept Generation

In a modern world, people are often overloaded with information and new products. Effective concept generation allows for the exploration of new ideas that are both novel

By: Ehsan Abedi, Project Designer, on 28th November 2018

Future Mobility

Recently, I found myself on the Shell booth at the MOVE 2019 event in London. The event was all about the future of mobility, so there was an eclectic mix of talks and exhibits on car sharing…

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 13th March 2019

Can Women Truly Achieve Work-Life Balance?

Finding the right employer who can support an evolving home life as well as providing the right career progression can be a challenge. Yet, getting the right work-life balance is essential to …

By: Alexandra Wright, Commercial Bid Manager on 8th March 2019

EW BrightSpark, James Henderson One Year On

Following the BrightSparks award ceremony in May last year, James’ work has been on developing an electronically-scanned radar unit operating at mm-wave frequencies

By: James Henderson, Consultant, Antennas & Propagation on 27th February 2019

Industry 4.0 and the 9 Pillars

Industry 4.0 (i4.0) refers to the exciting area of automation within manufacturing including IOT, robotics, cloud computing and data management.

By: David Burrell, Senior Consultant, Project Design on 7th February 2019

Work Shadowing

Talking to some sixth formers doing STEM subjects in school recently brought to my attention the issue of work experience or work shadowing for the first time.

By: Nicholas Hill, Chief Executive Officer on 31st January 2019

The New Science of Genetic Medicine

With surprisingly little fanfare, in October 2018 NHS England became the first health service in the world to routinely offer genetic medicine in the fight to treat cancer.

By: Nigel Whittle, Head of Medical & Healthcare on 9th January 2019

Being Your User

One of the important steps in the Design Council’s recommendations for good design is called “Being Your Users” and is a “Method to put yourself into the position of your user.”

By: Nicholas Hill, Chief Executive on 19th December 2018

Twelve Ways to Style The Twelve Days

This was the winning entry in the 1988 International Obfuscated C Code Contest [see reference 1] and, believe it or not, will print the entire lyrics to “The Twelve Days …

By: Kevin Jones, Senior Consultant, on 6th December 2018

The Future Impact of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Practice

We are all aware of the challenges facing healthcare in general, and the NHS in particular. Shortage of funding, increased

By: Nigel Whittle, Head of Medical and Healthcare, 5 Dec 2018

The Importance of Concept Generation

In a modern world, people are often overloaded with information and new products. Effective concept generation allows for the exploration of new ideas that are both novel

By: Ehsan Abedi, Project Designer, on 28th November 2018

Smoke Without Fire: How Safe are e-Cigarettes?

 

The increase in usage over recent years has been paralleled by a debate about whether vaping can be considered safe, or just safer than smoking cigarettes, and what role it should have in smoking cessation… Read More

Vlog: Micro Radar for Unmanned Aerial Systems

 

For a number of years now, we’ve been researching the uses of high-frequency mm-wave micro-radar for a…

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Vlog: Armour Integrity Monitoring System

 

Body armour worn by soldiers can become damaged through accidental collisions and…

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Safe Cities: Combining Tech with Community Initiatives

Safe Cities: Combining Tech with Community Initiatives

 

With the growth of cities around the globe and the corresponding rise in…

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