Dyson’s new "spare-no-expense" laboratories at its new Technology Centre in Singapore features "exceptional engineers" focused on cutting edge manufacturing, software and robotics.
Not having enough solid engineers sucks, so to foster the next generation of engineers, James Dyson plans to open the Dyson Institute of Technology by September 2017 offering degrees engineered to tackle UK’s yawning engineering shortage.
Fujitsu has acquired US-based communications infrastructure engineering contractor TrueNet Communications in a deal which the Japanese ICT services giant says creates a global industry leader in the delivery of design and management services.
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