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Engineering ethics - give your views by 15 July

Published: 17/06/2022

If you're working in the UK as an engineer or technicians, we want to hear your views and experiences of ethics in engineering. The survey will help create a benchmark to inform future work, to maintain confidence and trust in UK engineering firms and individuals. …

Ethics and inclusion in engineering: share your experience

Ethics and inclusion in engineering: share your experience

Published: 18/05/2022

The Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) is surveying engineering professionals …

23 Ingenious new projects announced

23 Ingenious new projects announced

Published: 09/05/2022

The Royal Academy of Engineering has announced 23 new ‘Ingenious’ awards for public engagement projects designed to inspire the next generation of engineers. Each project received grant funding to engage communities across the UK on a variety of issues including climate change, sport, cultural heritage, and increasing diversity and inclusion in engineering. The selected projects’ topics range from sports shoes to ocean health to the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral. …

What works in diversity and inclusion? RAEng conference

What works in diversity and inclusion? RAEng conference

Published: 30/03/2022

This year, the annual Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) conference took place on Tuesday 15 March. …

UK engineering community urged to “Think ethics before action” in new pan-profession report

UK engineering community urged to “Think ethics before action” in new pan-profession report

Published: 21/02/2022

Royal Academy of Engineering and Engineering Council call for a step change in ethical decision-making similar to that achieved in health and safety. Recommendations aim to develop a world class culture of ethical behaviour in engineering. …

‘Engineering Ethics: Maintaining society’s trust in the engineering profession’ – launch of new report

‘Engineering Ethics: Maintaining society’s trust in the engineering profession’ – launch of new report

Published: 24/01/2022

An online launch event to mark publication of this report will be held at 6pm on 21 February, free to attend and open to all those working in engineering …

Nominations open for Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2022 Medals and Awards

Nominations open for Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2022 Medals and Awards

Published: 17/01/2022

The Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) is currently accepting submissions for some of its most prestigious awards and medals, including the MacRobert Award for engineering innovation. RAEng has chosen to rename two of its top awards, to accurately reflect the modern engineering landscape. …

Engineering Zero - a systems approach

Engineering Zero - a systems approach

Published: 29/11/2021

The Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) Engineering Zero programme will use the opportunity presented by COP26 to bring the profession together to advance engineering's contribution to net zero. …

Registrant castaway on BBC Desert Island Discs

Registrant castaway on BBC Desert Island Discs

Published: 19/11/2021

Chartered Engineer and disaster relief specialist Dame Jo da Silva CEng MICE MIStructE FREng is this week’s guest on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Desert Island Discs’. …

‘Low-regrets framework’ to support urgent climate change action published

‘Low-regrets framework’ to support urgent climate change action published

Published: 12/11/2021

The National Engineering Policy Centre, a partnership of 43 engineering organisations led by the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng), has published a ‘low-regrets’ framework to guide government decisions on tackling carbon emissions across the UK. The framework will assist with identifying policy options to help put the country on a pathway to net zero. …

Engineering profession sets out six clear areas for investment ahead of the government’s spending review

Engineering profession sets out six clear areas for investment ahead of the government’s spending review

Published: 24/09/2021

Exactly one month before the government is due to deliver the Budget, including its spending review for the next three years, 42 engineering organisations representing more than 450,000 UK engineers have outlined six urgent actions vital to ensuring we have the right skills and investments in place to both grow and decarbonise the economy. …