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The development of engineering has dramatically changed the world around us, changing the way we work and live. A range of new careers are now prominent across the globe, that a short time ago never existed - we look at engineering jobs that didn’t exist 30 years ago.

 

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You may have heard of the concept of Industry 4.0 – if not this is otherwise known as the new age industrial revolution. It is a prediction that the manufacturing industry is set to replace workers with modern technology across many sectors. TRS, a supplier of manufacturing staffing services has researched and reviewed the current engineering climate – with its future.

A range of industries, including automotive applications, could be benefitted by a newly developed way to control how liquids dry on surfaces.

Researchers have published findings in the journal Nature Communications, which explores the way in which watermarks remain on solid surfaces and how to reduce their shape and size. Watermarks have been resoundingly uncontrollable, the shape and location of droplets whilst evaporating are unpredictable.

Automotive engineering is one of the most exciting professions you can choose. From the global concerns of sustainable mobility, to teaching connected cars to drive themselves in the Internet of Things, to working out how we’ll get around on the surface of Mars, this sector is all about the future.

Engineers in this field refer to the mainly glass upper cabin of a car as the ‘greenhouse’ and we think it’s as good an analogy as any for breaking into the industry. So, where to start if you’re considering getting into the greenhouse that is automotive engineering?