Design Engineering News
Jet engine maker lets go 25 from Canadian subsidiary.
Troubles stem more from structural economic changes: report.
Non-reimbursable funding for “enzyme management process optimization work."
Slow EU sales responsible for loss of 800 positions at Honda’s Swindon plant.
Hercules and other US-made equipment prone to failure.
Intel, Plastic Logic and Queen’s Human Media Lab’s PaperTab debuts a flexible, paper-thin touch-screen computer.
Will aid in the capture of carbon emissions in several industry segments.
Canadian research group shows off its giant snake and spider contraptions at annual Consumer Electroncs Show.
WSJ story suggest iconic electronic firm may produce bargain iPhone to compete against Android devices.
“Fat” International Prototype Kilogram needs a wash to get back to proper weight.
Subsidiary of U.S. defence giant to hire 100 with purchase.
Chinese buyer of MiaSole to invest in research, keep US workforce.
Deloitte Signals Survey says optimism fell the most among Canadians.
Contract includes communications management software, workstations to control unmanned vehicles
Agency says 40,000 new jobs were created last month, economists expected an increase of just 5,000
The work will be done at the company's Cambridge facility.
Newfoundland and Labrador entrepreneurs most optimistic, those in PEI least confident in Canada
62 per cent of Canadian companies expect business activity to increase in 2013
APMA president Steve Rodgers confident GM will remain loyal to Camaro program suppliers
Report also recommends temporary 100 per cent tax write-off for manufacturers for new machinery