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New CEOs coming to IMechE and EI

Published: 14/04/2021

The Energy Institute (EI) and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) are both preparing to welcome new Chief Executives to their organisations. The EI has appointed Dr Nick Wayth CEng MIMechE FEI as its new Chief Executive Officer, while the IMechE has appointed Dr Alice Bunn. …

Flt Lt David Littlemore's journey to becoming professionally registered

Flt Lt David Littlemore's journey to becoming professionally registered

Published: 12/08/2016

Watch our case study video of Flt Lt David Littlemore as he shares his experiences of becoming professionally registered, first as an Incorporated Engineer before progressing to Chartered Engineer. …

Engineering Council responds to new report and plan on technical education

Engineering Council responds to new report and plan on technical education

Published: 27/07/2016

The Engineering Council has identified both positive points and several issues with the proposals of a new report and plan on technical education for those aged 16 and over …

Tomorrow's Engineers Week

Tomorrow's Engineers Week

Published: 26/07/2016

Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, which runs from 7 to 11 November 2016, shines a spotlight on engineering careers in a way that young people, and particularly girls, may have never considered before …

Gemma Lonsdale wins 2016 Baroness Platt of Writtle Award

Gemma Lonsdale wins 2016 Baroness Platt of Writtle Award

Published: 20/07/2016

Squadron Leader Gemma Lonsdale IEng MIET has won the 2016 Baroness Platt of Writtle Award for her outstanding work as an engineer officer in the Royal Air Force. This prestigious annual award recognises the achievements of a newly registered Incorporated Engineer …

Solveiga Pakštaitė named winner of the 2016 Hawley Award for her bio-reactive food expiry label

Solveiga Pakštaitė named winner of the 2016 Hawley Award for her bio-reactive food expiry label

Published: 20/07/2016

The Engineers Trust has announced the winner of its 2016 Hawley Award for Engineering Innovation that benefits the Environment. Solveiga Pakštaitė has been awarded the £5,000 cash prize for her project “Bump Mark: the bio-reactive food expiry label” …

Gemma Lonsdale wins 2016 Baroness Platt of Writtle award

Gemma Lonsdale wins 2016 Baroness Platt of Writtle award

Published: 20/07/2016

Squadron Leader Gemma Lonsdale IEng MIET has won the 2016 Baroness Platt of Writtle Award for her outstanding work as an engineer officer in the Royal Air Force (RAF). …

Solveiga Pakštaitė named winner of the 2016 Hawley Award for her bio-reactive food expiry label

Solveiga Pakštaitė named winner of the 2016 Hawley Award for her bio-reactive food expiry label

Published: 20/07/2016

The Engineers Trust has announced the winner of its 2016 Hawley Award for Engineering Innovation that benefits the Environment. Solveiga Pakštaitė has been awarded the £5,000 cash prize for her project “Bump Mark: the bio-reactive food expiry label”. …

RAeS seeking innovative entries from future pioneers

RAeS seeking innovative entries from future pioneers

Published: 19/07/2016

The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) is encouraging future pioneers with the launch of the RAeS Gold Medal Challenge, “Go for Gold”. The competition, open to non-members, is seeking innovative ideas that could change the face of the industry over the next 50 years to mark the Society's 150th anniversary …

The engineering profession unites to provide advice for Brexit negotiators

The engineering profession unites to provide advice for Brexit negotiators

Published: 19/07/2016

The engineering profession has united following the EU referendum to support government in the forthcoming negotiations …

Engineers Without Borders UK project included in top 50 New Radicals list

Engineers Without Borders UK project included in top 50 New Radicals list

Published: 18/07/2016

The Engineering for People Design Challenge, a project run by Engineers Without Borders UK, has earned a place on the New Radicals 2016 list of 50 top people, projects and organisations changing the UK for the better …