Welcome to a collection of news stories from around the world on the themes of engineering and design.Click on the link beside each feature to read more.You can sort through the news items according to the category as specified in the column on the left hand side of the page.
Thousands of female engineers will be trained up as part of a national mission to get Britain building again, Labour leader Ed Miliband has announced. Writing on Facebook, he said that Britain's lack of female engineers should be a "matter of national embarrassment", as he called for an extra ...Read More
The first Hasselblad camera body and Zeiss lens, carried into orbit by Wally Schirra on the Mercury-Atlas 8 space mission and attested to by fellow astronaut Gordon Cooper as being used during Mercury-Atlas 9, has been sold at auction in the US for $275,000.Read More
We are really pleased to announce that the Privy Council have granted the IED powers to develop a Chartership for Product Designers. The motion was approved at the Privy Council’s meeting on 8 October. While there is some initial preparation work to be completed before the Chartership can be rolled ...Read More
The winners of the 2014 British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) were revealed at a lunch event held in London on 9 October, hosted by IED president Maggie Philbin, with the IED sponsoring the ‘Consultancy of the Year’ award. The winner of this prestigious award was Romax, as it has on average ...Read More
Chris Dowlen BTech CEng MIMechE REngDes FIED FRSA, a member of the IED since 1986, has retired. He has been a member of Council since May 2003, when he was elected as chairman of the Education and Training Committee.Read More
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