The UK’s new point-based immigration system could make it harder to fill lower-skilled tech vacancies and make employing ...
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E&T staff pick the news from the past week that caught their eye and reflect on what these latest developments in engineering ...
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This edition of Eccentric Engineer tells many stories of the thankless job of predicting the engineered future. Unfortunately ...
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WiFi 6, the latest generation of the sometimes confusingly named protocol, can be a hard sell to customers due to its ...
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Researchers say they have successfully addressed what they call a ‘major, long-standing obstacle to increasing AI ...
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A portable test that aims to diagnose Covid-19 in 90 minutes could make a "huge difference" in hospitals ahead of the winter ...
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The US will ban the downloads of the Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat from this Sunday (20 September), with a total ban on the ...
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If greenhouse gas emissions continue rising at the same rate, Greenland and Antarctica’s ice sheets could together contribute ...
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The Labour Party has called for the Government to end the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles by 2030, five years ...
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Schools, colleges and universities in the UK are at greater threat of cyber attack as the academic year begins in earnest, ...
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US software giant Oracle has agreed with Beijing-based ByteDance to control local operations of its subsidiary TikTok, the ...
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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), a statutory body initiated by the Government of India, has released its ...
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