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Top 100 for Barnsley business woman

A Barnsley based female entrepreneur, who flies the flag for British manufacturing and women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing), is amongst the top 100 people working in manufacturing in the UK. Jane Robinson, director at Barnsley based Cutting Technologies (Cut Tec), has been listed in The Manufacturer’s first Top

Stronger supply chains could boost economy by £30bn – CBI

Targeted action to revitalise domestic supply chains could inject £30 billion into the economy by 2025, creating more than half a million jobs across the United Kingdom, according to a new CBI report. Pulling Together recommends ways to kick start the UK’s supply chains, and solutions to reinvigorate Britain’s industrial strategy. Based

Construction and manufacturing industries should look to apprenticeships to tackle skills-gap

Construction and manufacturing industries should look to apprenticeships to tackle skills-gap, says Ploughcroft boss Chris Hopkins (pictured).   He added: "Students across the region are this month celebrating as record A-Level pass rates are announced – especially in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects which have seen an increase in pass

Intimidating, boring, and male dominated: why Sheffield’s young people are still avoiding STEM subjects

As young people in Sheffield enter exam season, new research reveals that they are shunning STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) because they consider them intimidating and boring. School students are failing to choose subjects and potential careers in this area, despite the UK facing a skills shortage with 39

Cummins Turbo Technologies continues to inspire next generation

A Huddersfieldcompany is helping to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Cummins Turbo Technologies is working with a number of high schools in Yorkshire to help engage children in science, engineering, technology and maths subjects (STEM) through the Bloodhound SSC Project, an initiative sponsored by the Institute of Mechanical