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We bring together the most successful and talented engineers to advance and promote excellence in engineering for the benefit of society.
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 16
is happening soon! Taking place on the 16-18 September 2019, the summit will be hosted by the UK, US and Chinese academies of engineering at . Find out what's happening on the agenda here:
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 13
"The public perception of engineering is a long way from the reality." Our very own Daniel Rossall-Valentine, Head of Engineering Talent Project at the Academy, speaks about challenging and changing the image of engineering with the campaign:
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LboroEng Aug 16
2 student groups are representing the UK at the Global Grand Challenges Summit competition... In September they will compete against students from the US and China! Find out more:
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 16
It's great to see British engineering being celebrated with the iconic :
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School of Engineering Aug 16
Huge congrats to our Visiting Researcher Dr Chris Ness who is one of 18 engineering academics to receive an Fellowship. Awards are made to promising early-career researchers, supporting them to advance engineering excellence and become leaders in their field.
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 16
The deadline is close! These schemes aims to strengthen the links between industry and academia by supporting exceptional academics in UK universities to undertake research that meets the needs of the industrial partners. Apply now:
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Michael Thompson Aug 16
Honoured to have been awarded one of this year's Fellowships. Thanks to my colleagues at for all the support!
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 16
It's ! It celebrates the first vertical loop roller coaster that was patented on this day in 1898. Our article reveals the modern engineering that provides an array of sensory experiences for the rider:
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 16
Replying to @NiamhNowlan
Unfortunately, this year an unusually high portion of the women who were offered Research Fellowships declined them in favour of other opportunities. We are seeking to improve outcomes for all.
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 16
Replying to @NiamhNowlan
Hi . We are very disappointed not to have more female recipients of Research Fellowships this year. We have a wide range of policies to promote diversity and inclusion in this scheme and more than half of last year’s appointees were female.
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 15
Many happy returns to our Royal Fellow, HRH The Princess Royal - pictured here with our President, Professor Dame Ann Dowling, at our dinner last year.
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Yewande Akinola Aug 15
Incredibly excited to be joining the amazing family as Visiting Professor! powered by and Gosh my smile could not be bigger😁 Huge thanks to and for believing in nearly the impossible. We cannot wait to make magic happen.
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 15
Replying to @cgl_119 @martavig5
We are reviewing our offer, policies and processes in response to this experience, as this matters a great deal to us. Their feedback will form a part of this process.
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 7
This is a great podcast that's worth a listen from Nobel Prize winner , who announced the finalists at our dinner. She reflects on women in engineering and the five women who won a Young Engineer of the Year award:
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 15
Replying to @cgl_119 @martavig5
Unfortunately, this year an unusually high portion of the women who were offered Research Fellowships declined them in favour of other opportunities. We are seeking to improve outcomes for all.
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Royal Academy of Engineering Aug 15
Replying to @cgl_119 @martavig5
Hi there. We are very disappointed not to have more female recipients of Research Fellowships this year. We have a wide range of policies to promote diversity and inclusion in this scheme and more than half of last year’s appointees were female.
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Dr 'Sola Aug 15
Truly honoured and delighted to be awarded a Research Fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
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Jon Barnard Aug 15
Really glad for Alexander (Sandy) Knowles on his Fellowship - probably one of the most effervescent metallurgists I know and a very talented guy. Well done!
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Martin White Aug 14
Very pleased to be one this year's Fellowship awardees and excited for what the next five years will bring! My fellowship will be hosted by and will investigate waste-heat recovery utilising two-phase expansion.
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Stratis Batzelis Aug 14
Over the moon to start my Engineering for Development Fellowship by the RAEng at ! I will be investigating challenges in India. Thank you and everyone at for the support!
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