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Vicky Stewart Nov 5
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Emily Torode Nov 8
Lottie went on a mission to find the oldest Instron machine in the building. This 4301 machine is from 1984! Can you spot any differences between the old system and the new one?
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schadewitz Nov 6
Lottie got her creativity going with a bit of design thinking
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Technology and Design Dept Thornhill College Nov 4
Our first visitors have arrived for Tomorrow Engineers Speed Conference today.
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Katy Toms Nov 6
Lottie and I have also been checking the depths on utilities cables during a site visit. These look a little high.....
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Ancon Nov 6
Lottie has been spending some time with our technical team and today had the chance to help Sara present our webinar on the correct use of wall ties, helping engineers stay up to date with their Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
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Mark Scaife Nov 6
Lottie spent the day learning about 3D room acoustic modelling in the Bristol office of (formerly the office of Brunel)
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Convert Ltd Nov 5
As part of her , made a visit to our workshops to meet some of the team and have an explore.
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Anne Budd Nov 8
Last day of exploring acoustics in Glasgow for and she's in the Linn anechoic chamber experiencing that disconcerting feeling of an indoor space with no reflected sound.
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schadewitz Nov 6
Lottie went to a workshop on inclusive engineering cultures
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Catherine Rolph Nov 6
Lottie had a go with some of our air monitoring equipment today. We use this instrument to measure biological particles in the air around waste sites
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Bella Nov 5
Lottie has been visiting the Cold War bunker in Edinburgh helping with restoration
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UofG Engineering Nov 6
“How much diclofenac is in that river water, I wonder?” Mutters Lottie as she loads the
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Victoria B-Smith Nov 8
I've been checking the reinforcement for a concrete bridge foundation. The steel bars all have to be the right size and length. These look good to me!
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Claire Saunders Nov 7
Out and about promoting civil engineering activities with Lottie during . Having lots of fun with getting schools to develop their engineering education!! Lottie enjoyed our new book!!
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Vera Ngosi Jr Nov 8
Lottie is joining us at the WES Student Conference this weekend.
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Catherine Rolph Nov 6
Final job of the day for Lottie is data analysis
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UWE Engineering our Future Nov 6
125 years after the nucleus of UWE was founded Lottie inspects the progress on the new multi million pound engineering building scheduled to open in September 2020. Unfortunately she forgot her PPE so can’t go in.
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Andreea Font Nov 7
Did you know that engineers also write code? Lottie is watching here a computer simulation of how galaxies form in the Universe.
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Natalie Cheung Nov 7
Checking out the water exhibition "From Source To Tap" in Westminster, London. Lottie is admiring LEGO bridges🌁, learning about fatbergs (sewer blockages)😱 and reading fun engineering books 📚
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