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A century celebrating women engineers
Set up to support women who wanted to continue working in engineering after the First World War, the Women’s Engineering Society celebrates its centenary this year. It continues to champion women engineers and encourage young women into engineering careers.
Chips that changed the classroom
Michael Kenward OBE, Dr Eben Upton CBE and Dr Andrew Herbert OBE FREng
The Raspberry Pi has won the MacRobert Award 2017 for its innovative pocket-sized computer, which has changed how people are learning about coding.
Parity of esteem in career pathways
Dr Scott Steedman CBE FREng
MacRobert award 2017
Supported by the worshipful company of Engineers
The 2017 finalists are Darktrace, the Raspberry Pi Foundation and Vision RT.
Forging links between academia and industry
Michael Kenward OBE
For Julia King, Baroness Brown of Cambridge DBE FREng, materials science has been a common theme in a career that has taken in the academic world at all levels, along with time in the higher echelons of corporate engineering.
Turbulent politics put a premium on research impact
Professor Graeme Reid
The political landscape in the UK, and the rest of the world, is changing, and with it, so do policies relating to education and research
Research with impact
Professor Philip Nelson FREng
Research and development in universities are having real impact on the engineering industry
Study Shows Link Between Engineering and Economic Development
A new global study carried out by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) has found that there is a strong positive correlation between engineering strength and a country’s economic development.
Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, Engineering award winners, Living without electricity report, The UK STEM education landscape, Bridge building in Rwanda, UK student wins international engineering prize, British rocket propels Juno to Jupiter
An introduction to the 'real world'
Michael Kenward OBE
Leading engineers go back to university as Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professors to give undergraduates a first-hand view of engineering