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  • How I got here – Jennifer McCartney

    Ingenia spoke to Jennifer McCartney, a National Grid development engineer and part of the award-winning team behind the North Sea Link project, about how she got to where she is.

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  • Plugging the cold chain gap for rural vaccinations in Kenya

    “The only thing we had was confidence, and faith!” A lesson in perseverance and vision from 2022 Africa Prize winner, Norah Magero. Her portable, solar-powered Vaccibox keeps vaccines cool in off-grid areas, making it easier for every child to get their vaccines when they need them – even in difficult to reach areas. Norah spoke to Ingenia about on-point, community-led design, and her vision for an African manufacturing revolution.

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  • Winning Formula Student

    In July 2022, the University of Glasgow’s UGRacing team was the overall winner of university motorsports championship, Formula Student. Team principal, Jamie Clarke, wrote about the team’s experiences for Ingenia.

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  • How I got here – George Imafidon

    George Imafidon is making Peckham proud: he's an electric racing trailblazer, passionate social mobility advocate, and overall winner of the Royal Academy of Engineering's Young Engineer of the Year 2022.

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  • The portable incubator helping newborns thrive anywhere

    Over 10% of babies are born pre-term, and not every hospital has the space, funds or electrical infrastructure to support conventional incubators. Enter mOm Incubators’ collapsible, portable incubator designed to help newborns thrive in any environment.

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