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.
The newly launched National Engineering Policy Centre will help engineers talk to policymakers with one voice writes Royal Academy of Engineering President, Professor Dame Ann Dowling OM DBE FREng FRS HonFIEDwho is also an Honorary Fellow of the InstitutionRead More
The annual IED prize is awarded to IED student members who produce an outstanding performance on their final project.Read More
BSI and Innovate UK are currently working together to develop a framework for the responsible governance of innovative technologies. Companies involved in these activities are increasing asked to demonstrate they are behaving responsibly, especially if the technology involved is likely to be ...Read More
The Colin Campbell Mitchell Award commemorates the life and work of one of Scotland's most accomplished marine engineers. Edinburgh-born Colin Campbell Mitchell OBE FRSE (1904-69) had a long and distinguished career with Brown Brothers Engineering, where he pioneered the development of the steam ...Read More
A £3,000 prize for early career UK engineers, supported by the Worshipful Company of EngineersRead More
For outstanding and sustained achievement in any engineering disciplineRead More
The IED is run by a small permanent staff, but the majority of our activities are carried out by volunteers. Active Members give their time to help with a range of activities, including: assessment of applications, accreditation of courses, compiling the content of the journal and guiding the ...Read More
There are so many ways that you can get involved and help us inspire and support young people across the UK.Read More
The MacRobert Award, now celebrating its 50th year, is the UK's longest-running and most prestigious national prize for engineering innovationRead More
Primary pupils in Manchester have been building robots, planes, vehicles and catapults, using their creativity and problem solving skills under a teaching approach dubbed "tinkering".Read More
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