Engineeringness underpins our mission: to reveal the protected secrets of the engineering industry through in-depth guides and informational articles addressing the information asymmetry that has stifled innovation. Engineeringness is a global, interdisciplinary and inclusive of all engineering professionals.

As such, Engineeringness aims to reflect and report on the efforts of those readers and members working in the different spheres of STEM activity. This is achieved by having a range of articles in each issue, where possible, written by industry professionals, qualified individuals and institutions. We are looking for news, features, opinion pieces and biographies of prominent individuals. We are particularly interested in contributions that:

  • Provide practical career help based on real life examples or experience
  • highlight inspirational role models for members of the STEM community of the future
  • profile important reader achievements
  • recognise the contribution made by volunteering activities
  • communicate the subject areas of interest to the readership (e.g., articles relating to STEM).

Length and Style

News stories or articles are to be around 150-250 words long. Extended news stories or news features, with added comment and perspective, are in the region of 300-500. Features can be anything from 500 to 800 words.

Biographies are around the 200-300 word mark and draw on an individual’s life and career, including achievements and any Institution activities with which the member is engaged. A high-resolution photograph with a concise caption should also be supplied where possible.

Longer articles should try to remain direct and to the point, introducing comment in the form of direct and paraphrased quotation to illustrate and substantiate points raised.


Before starting any submission, please contact Engineeringness ([email protected]).

Engineeringness is registered as a Business in England & Wales (no. XXXXX).

Articles should be submitted by email in Microsoft Word or a compatible word processing format. Engineeringness reserves the right to reject articles.

The Editing Process

If accepted, your article will be edited to suit the style of our platform and to fit the space allocated, if necessary. Please also note that Engineeringness reserves the right to change the headline, stand first and paragraph headings of articles. In addition, stylistic changes may be made to the text without your consent to ensure that it conforms to house style and reads appropriately for our audience. In some cases, it may be necessary to shorten (summarise or delete) parts of the article to fit into the space it is allocated during the design process.


Engineeringness requires that, wherever possible, the copyright in articles accepted for publication shall be owned by Engineeringness in order that it can be reproduced online and in other publications. This is in line with common publishing practice. While this formal requirement may seem somewhat intimidating, authors can be assured that their rights over articles, other than copyright, will remain unaffected. In particular, authors are able to reuse all or portions of the article in other works, with appropriate acknowledgement to Engineeringness. Authors also retain the right to re-work the intellectual content of the material for other purposes. By writing an article for Engineeringness, the author is agreeing to the above conditions in full.