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  • Engineering not just boys club.
  •  Sarah Hayes  Of Australia’s working engineers, around just 13 per cent are female. It’s a fact Sarah Hayes knows all too well. She is one of them, and nearly didn’t enter the field herself.[...]
  • Date Posted:: 04/Apr/2018
  • Engineering a new future for Hydrofoil design
  •   As an island nation, kite surfing is a sport that is enjoyed by many people up and down the UK every year, but current kit designs can limit the amount of time and enjoyment kite surfers can get out on the water.[...]
  • Date Posted:: 02/Apr/2018
  • Scientists mimic neural tissue in new research
  • The research lays the foundations for futuristic soft active matter with highly distributed and tightly integrated sensing, actuation, computation and control, said Dr. Samuel Stanton, manager of the Complex and Dynamics[...]
  • Date Posted:: 02/Apr/2018
  • A Better Approach To Engineering Study?
  • When the Hereford University of Technology and Engineering or the New Model InTechnology and Engineering (NMITE) opens its doors to a new intake of engineering, technology and science students, it will be the first new u[...]
  • Date Posted:: 29/Mar/2018
  • The Importance Of Engineering In The Modern World
  • Engineers don’t sit back and watch – they make things happen. Using innovation, creativity and a wealth of knowledge, engineering graduates are impacting the world unlike any other. The world is changing, an[...]
  • Date Posted:: 29/Mar/2018
  • The first female engineer in AshakaCem - Deborah Danladi
  •   Deborah Danladi is the first and the only female engineer in the employment of AshakaCem. The company, a subsidiary of Lafarge Africa, is more than 40 years old. AshakaCem sits on a large expanse of land in Funa[...]
  • Date Posted:: 08/Mar/2018
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