Engineering themes

Education

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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.

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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

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Research with impact

Professor Philip Nelson FREng

Research and development in universities are having real impact on the engineering industry

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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

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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

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Gender parity in engineering, The innovation needed in maths education

Naomi Climer FREng and Dr Ian Nussey OBE FREng

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Ingenious awards, First UK Robotics Week, Enterprise Fellowships awarded, Celebrating women engineers, Geared up for Olympic success, Engineering season at the V&A

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Integrating metrology in business and academe

Professor Xiangqian (Jane) Jiang FREng

Professor Jane Jiang’s interest in measuring began when she worked on a bus production line in China.

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Editorial
Convincing the social artists

Dr Scott Steedman CBE FREng

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OPINION - Upgrade existing building stock and reduce carbon emissions

Patrick Bellew

Patrick Bellew of Atelier Ten, a company which has pioneered environmental innovations, suggests that a National Infrastructure Project is needed to tackle waste and inefficiency in the built environment and significantly reduce UK carbon emissions.

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