Established more than 40 years ago, New Electronics is the electronics industry's leading magazine and a central hub for design engineers. With its blend of technology features, news and new product information, New Electronics keeps designers and managers up to date with the fastest moving industry in the world.
Eureka's unique blend of innovation, technology stories and engineering applications has made it the must read brand for design engineers and design management around the UK.
The Eureka group comprises a monthly publication, a community based web site, e-zines, live events, supplements, annuals and an annual Awards scheme. Eureka possesses the most up to date and in depth database of design engineering in the UK. Eureka is the only brand for anyone trying to reach design engineers within the UK, providing the platforms necessary to effectively reach this important industry sector and the decision makers within it.
The only magazine in the industry to provide high quality editorial exclusively focused on fastening and assembly solutions and technology. Its thoroughly researched circulation of design engineers, production engineers and manufacturing managers and directors, targets its readers more accurately than any other service provider in the sector.
Via its website and monthly print magazine - and through a combination of news, in-depth reports and hard-hitting opinion – the publication gives engineers across all sectors early warning on the disruptive technologies, trends and products that will impact their roles; keeps them informed of developments in other areas of engineering and champions all that is great about UK engineering and manufacturing.
Today, at a time of accelerating technological change, when the role of the engineer is broader than ever before and cross sector collaboration is the key to maintaining a competitive edge, The Engineer has never been more relevant.
Machinery is a feature-led monthly magazine read by production engineers, production managers, production directors and managing directors in OEMS and sub-contractors engaged in metalcutting/metalforming.
Machinery covers manufacturing technology developments and applications in key areas, including: machine tools; tooling; workholding; CADCAM; and inspection/quality. It also gives coverage to the developments and initiatives of manufacturing OEMs and sub-contractors, plus those of manufacturing technology suppliers.