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  • Renishaw shares collaboration expertise at Praxis Unico event

    Nikki Powell, Solicitor and Commercial Lawyer at Renishaw plc Global engineering and scientific technologies company, Renishaw, is set to present at Praxis Unico’s Research Contracts Conference. The event will be held at Burleigh Court, Loughborough University from September 13th to 15th, 2017. Nikki Powell, Legal Counsel at Renishaw, returns to the annual event to share her knowledge and experience in managing collaborative research partnerships.

  • Local Brownie group earns badge of engineering honour at Renishaw

    Renishaw engineering Brownie badge Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, recently hosted a local Brownie group at its Miskin site in South Wales to help them earn a new badge in engineering. The Brownie group leader collaborated with Renishaw to give the members a project to design and engineer their own name badges for their uniforms. The girls took part in three sessions to earn their badge.

  • Renishaw smart manufacturing solutions take centre stage at EMO Hannover 2017

    Precision machined metal parts Precision engineering and manufacturing technologies company Renishaw is showcasing its wide range of process control solutions for advanced manufacturing industries at EMO Hannover 2017.

  • Renishaw is highly commended at Job Crowd Awards 2017

    Group Induction Programme team building activity Gloucestershire-based global engineering company, Renishaw, has been highly commended in the graduate employer benefits category at The Job Crowd Awards 2017. The award recognises Renishaw’s graduate employee benefits package, which includes a nine per cent non-contributory pension, annual pay rises, discretionary bonuses, BUPA healthcare and on-site gym.

  • Inspiring future engineers with employer engagement

    STEM activity and visits encourage the future generations of engineers It has been forecast that, to meet employer demand for engineering enterprises, the UK requires 265,000 skilled entrants each year. Here, Simon Biggs, Education Outreach Officer at global engineering company Renishaw, discusses why engineering businesses should offer engagement programmes to primary school children as a way of tackling the skills gap.

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