Welcome to Engineeringness
Engineeringness aims to be the best place for engineering students, industry professionals and thought leaders alike to get the information the industry will not share. We have informational articles, company showcases and the latest offerings in the engineering job market.
- Informational content: Top level content written by industry professionals and academics sharing the secrets of the trade.
- Company showcase: We aggregate the top companies in a variety of engineering industry niches to provide clients, prospective employees and analysts with accessible and informative information to make the best decisions.
- Jobs: Jobs feed bringing you the best and most relevant engineering jobs in real time.
A little bit about perhaps the advertising opportunity on Engineeringness?
Whether an Individual or a large institution, we offer a range of opportunities to be able to cooperate and produce high quality content for the STEM industries, Increasing your own and your companies online presence and brand awareness. Moreover, it provides a great way of networking through Engineeringness' social media groups.
More from Engineeringness
Contractor and Consultant Directory
From small independents to major Institutions these contractors and consultanices can help bring your ideas, designs and projects to life.
To be featured in this directory please email us or click the 'Work with Engineeringness' section above.
Our team composing of STEM industry professionals have at great expense sorted through books available on the market for each STEM topic, compiling a short list of the best books you can read.
Every week we pay tribute to a great mind within the STEM industry. They have paved the way for us to think and create the things we do today. Click here to see this weeks.
What Is Internal Flow? Internal flow is the transport of fluids in pipes, ducts and conduits (flow sections). There are different flow regimes for the flow of fluids: laminar flow, transitional flow, and turbulent flow. Flow regimes mainly depend on the ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces, with the ratio being called the Reynolds […] More
Greenhouse gas emissions from human activities strengthen the greenhouse effect, causing climate change. The primary source is Carbon Dioxide (CO2) from the burning of fossil fuels. Carbon Capture And Storage (CCS) Market Comprehensive Study is a new study on the global market CCS. The study details the leading players in CCS and the technology. Organisations in […] More
Gasification is a technological process that converts any carbonaceous (carbon-based) raw material into synthesis gas, used to produce other fuels, namely methanol and diesel fuel. Aries Linden has completed mechanical completion of their Biosolids (a product of wastewater treatment process) Gasification Plant in Linden, New Jersey, which is the largest gasification plant of its type […] More
Hydrogen fuel cells have been used in cars over the last decade, are completely emission-free, quiet, and emit only water vapour and condensation, from their reaction unlike traditional combustion engines, emitting harmful greenhouse gases. 2021 saw the unveiling of the first hydrogen fuel cell-powered train, Coradia iLint. Developed by French company Alstom, highlighting the potential for […] More
Disregarded by-products, commonly known as waste, directly contributes to climate change by adding carbon-based particles into the air, adding to the greenhouse effect. Utilisation of waste is a growing industry world wide. Across multiple sectors with low raw material costs, companies gladly give away their waste, to be then converted into a useful product. UK energy […] More
Plans for the biggest solar farm in Essex, the Manuden and Berden solar farm, have been submitted. It has been an area of hot discussion with an environmental organisation and the local council butting heads over effects on the rural environment. Electricity production is dominated by fossil fuels, and with the global climate crisis, finding […] More