Engineering themes

Ingenia articles are categorised by engineering themes and subject areas.

Showing 140 articles for: Academy Initiatives

Lloyd's Register Educational Trust Lecture 2007

This year's lecture 'Carpe Diem: the Dangers of Risk Aversion' was given by Professor Roderick Smith FREng ScD FIMeche

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Responses to 'Research with impact' and 'Sinking a frigate'

Professor Philip Esler, Professor James S Harrison FREng, Professor Bob Stone, Dr Paul Robinson and Plymouth's Professorial Team consisting of Bob Stone, Geoff Skates and John Gittus FREng, with support from Dr Paul Robinson

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Engineering at the Centre

Lord Browne of Madingley FREng

The President of The Royal Academy of Engineering outlines the priorities for his five year period of office

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Philosophy in the making

Dr Natasha McCarthy

What can philosophy learn from engineering, and what can engineering gain in return?

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Ethics and the Engineer

Anthony Eades

Introducing the Statement of Ethical Principles and other initiatives to promote ethical behaviour within the engineering profession

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A Hydrogen Inspired Experience

Fiona Howarth

An Engineering Leadership Award holder explores the prospects for hydrogen-technology in the automotive industry

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Engineering for Sustainable Development

Professor Roger Venables

The importance of sustainable development in engineering, and where the agenda is headed for the future

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Academy Soiree at the University of Southampton

Professor Bill Wakeham FREng

Celebrating excellence at the National Oceanography Centre's exhibition, `Exploring the Oceans`

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A Coming Together

Dr Scott Steedman FREng FICE

The convergence of research skills and experience among the disciplines of Science amd Engineering

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Supporting Tomorrow's Engineers

Caroline Durbin

A look at how three schemes in The Royal Academy of Engineering’s Best Programme benefit sponsors and participants alike

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MacRobert Award 2005

A look at the technologies developed by the MacRobert Award 2005 winner and three finalists

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