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  • Raising the bar for women in engineering
  • The theme for this year’s campaign is ‘Raising the Bar’. We are proud to have hundreds of female engineers at Sellafield and in the supply chain – working on a nationally important mission to r[...]
  • Date Posted:: 21/Jun/2018
  • What Managers Can Do to Keep Women in Engineering
  • Engineering faces a serious gender-based retention problem. Despite all the efforts encouraging women to study engineering, over 40% of highly skilled women who enter the field end up leaving. Much has been written abo[...]
  • Date Posted:: 13/Jun/2018
  • This Gasoline Is Made of Carbon Sucked From the Air
  • A Harvard-affiliated Canadian company is making a liquid fuel that is carbon neutral, and they hope the economics will be in their favor. Imagine driving up to your local gas station and being able to choose between reg[...]
  • Date Posted:: 08/Jun/2018
  • Engineering a Better Future
  • Souradeep Bhattacharya When Souradeep Bhattacharya began his studies at UCR, he did not know the kind of impact he wanted to make on the world. Bhattacharya, a double major in bioengineering and electrical engineering[...]
  • Date Posted:: 07/Jun/2018
  • How Limerick became a hotbed for engineering talent.
  • Engineering is the second-largest employment sector in Limerick. Throughout the month of May, we’ve examined Limerick and its ability to compete as a global sci-tech hub. From leading influencers to its growing[...]
  • Date Posted:: 30/May/2018
  • The Attitude Deficit in Nigeria’s Fresh Graduates.
  • Engr Andrew Ezikwe, MNSE, MNICE.   Helping young graduates find their feet is something I like to do, probably because it took me quite a while to find mine. We do not have functional career counselling in most of[...]
  • Date Posted:: 24/May/2018
  • What can snakes teach us about engineering friction?
  • If you want to know how to make a sneaker with better traction, just ask a snake. That's the theory driving the research of Hisham Abdel-Aal, PhD, an associate teaching professor from Drexel University's Colleg[...]
  • Date Posted:: 22/May/2018
  • Career Framework for engineering: A teaching benchmark
  •     Career framework engineering Dr Hayaatun Sillem, chief executive of the Royal Academy of Engineering, says that Career Framework for University Teaching is a global response to the challenge of improving[...]
  • Date Posted:: 17/May/2018
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